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We got a quick feedback on the 2.61 version released 2 days ago. There was a problem loading multiple datafiles, the bug has been fixed with the new beta 2.62 and 2.63. Some directory fixing has been done in 2.63. …

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After downloading the archive, uncompress it if needed (in case you have a Maud.dmg.gz, just double click on it), mount the Maud.dmg by double clicking it and put the Maud.app application where you want to install it. Start Maud by …

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After downloading the archive, uncompress the Maud.tar.gz and put the content (directory Maud) where you want to install it. The directory should have the following structure: maud.sh (use this to start Maud)) Readme.txt (a readme with instructions to start Maud) …

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After downloading the archive, unzip the Maud.zip and put the content (directory Maud) where you want to install it. The directory should have the following structure: maud.bat (double click this to start Maud)) lib (directory with libraries) licenses (directory with …

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UPDATE: on 6 February I gave up with that forum that was abandoned probably and re-opened a new one at maud.freeforums.org. I hope this time there will be no problems. So every Maud user is encouraged to post his problem/question/suggestion …

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First extract everything from the Maud.tar.gz you downloaded using tar -zxvf Maud.tar.gz You should get a Maud directory with the following structure: Maud.sh (to start Maud)) Maud.jar Readme.txt lib (directory) licenses (directory) plugins (directory) Extract/Move the maud directory with all …

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First extract everything from the Maud.tar.gz you downloaded using tar -zxvf Maud.tar.gz You should get a Maud directory with the following structure: Maud.sh (to start Maud)) Maud.jar Readme.txt lib (directory) licenses (directory) plugins (directory) Extract/Move the maud directory with all …

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After download you will have a disk image Maud.dmg in your download folder, double click it to mount the image and a Finder window will open showing the Maud folder that you can copy or drag where you want Maud …

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After download you will have a disk image Maud.dmg in your download folder, double click it to mount the image and a Finder window will open showing the Maud folder that you can copy or drag where you want Maud …

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First extract everything from the Maud.zip you downloaded. You should get a Maud directory with the following structure: maud.bat (to start Maud)) Maud.jar lib (directory) licenses (directory) plugins (directory) Move the maud directory with all the content in the place …

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