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    Offlinemiller4

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    Re: Ric's Webclient Tutorial
    « Reply #940 on: August 30, 2012, 11:14:13 PM »
    I have a question, I am trying to add my webclient to my forums via Html, I am using (SD33) Pages on Ip.Board 3.3.3 and I need to figure out a way to make the client load, the HTML code lets it load but I don't have a way to upload the actual client to get on... I can make a whole different page like this tutorial but I was wondering if someone could help me just add it right to my forums? Ive seen it a lot of times before.
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    Re: Ric's Webclient Tutorial
    « Reply #941 on: September 16, 2012, 11:42:42 PM »
    I have a question, I am trying to add my webclient to my forums via Html, I am using (SD33) Pages on Ip.Board 3.3.3 and I need to figure out a way to make the client load, the HTML code lets it load but I don't have a way to upload the actual client to get on... I can make a whole different page like this tutorial but I was wondering if someone could help me just add it right to my forums? Ive seen it a lot of times before.

    Simple, Lucky for you i have also used Ip.board before (both nulled, unlicensed and i have also used a license i found online for 2 different versions at times.) Now do the same steps for your HTML web page. Just upload the client to your website that you have your ip.board on.

    upload all the files to a directory in your webhosting. So create a directory named something (whatever you want) so if i named mine "rsps" then i would have to add the cache.zip to that folder and all the files to that folder. Once done you edit your files for your rsps to where the cache.zip is located for downloading. So it would be something like "; and thats what downloads and extracts to there hard drive.

    Now it should just load the way it should but it has to look for all the files in the same directory (not hard when it searches directories within its directory). That should work. And if you cant upload your files there then open a new account elsewhere on another host upload the files there make a fake website there to make it look legit and use that domain as the downloads section for your rsps.

    It should work just fine. But if you do it and host the files remotely then the rsps has to be able to find the files remotely in order to run so its just easier to have them on your currently existing file server.

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    Re: Ric's Webclient Tutorial
    « Reply #942 on: January 04, 2013, 03:17:56 PM »
    Ok so say I have a client.jar... what do i need to do after this to make a webclient. Also how do I make this into a webclient X).

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    Re: Ric's Webclient Tutorial
    « Reply #943 on: January 26, 2013, 12:37:04 AM »
    No class 44

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    Re: Ric's Webclient Tutorial
    « Reply #944 on: January 28, 2013, 01:00:57 AM »
    No class 44
    This tutorial was made pre-renamed clients. I assume you have a renamed client. So you're going to want a different tutorial.

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    Re: Ric's Webclient Tutorial
    « Reply #945 on: February 08, 2013, 09:19:35 PM »
    am i the only on that gets unexpected error when trying to load cache?

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    Re: Ric's Webclient Tutorial
    « Reply #946 on: March 01, 2013, 02:52:58 PM »
    I need some major help, my webclient wont work no matter which site I use.
    When I use wix it comes up with error. click for details so i do then it comes up with clientnotfoundexception client.class then when i use the 000host.com as a website host it comes up with the same thing but ClassformatError Incompatible magic value 1008813135 in class file client! PLEASE HELP?!?! here is my thread, #msg4238393
    p.s. im giving rep+++!!!

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    Re: Ric's Webclient Tutorial
    « Reply #947 on: May 04, 2013, 09:08:30 AM »
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