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Hello

I renamed and compressed the OM user folder then deleted the original file as instructed. Updated, opened and entered new registration code but I wasn't asked for permission to create a new user folder in my home directory. All I get is this error message:

 

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Go to the Opusmodus/Extensions folder and remove the double name function form the user functions file.

 

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Can you tell me where that folder is located?  Can't seem to find it.

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You find the Opusmodus folder in your home directory.

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the new installation didn't create a new folder in my home directory

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i took the old one - it worked well

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Yeah, I put the old Opusmodus back in my home directory and removed the file in Extensions but the error messages still comes up when I launch OM

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this is what I did as I explained in my original post but I was not asked for permission to create a new OM folder.  Is it imperative that OM creates the folder and if so, how do I begin the installation process again so that it does request these permissions?

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It looks like you have other Opusmodus folder on your cpu, which you have used before.

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