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How to zip files - having problems reporting bugs Sat, 05 March 2011 12:40
I seem to be unable to file in bug errors any more, how do you zip the run files?

J
      
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Re:How to zip files - having problems reporting bugs Sat, 05 March 2011 13:04
PFC Jökull wrote on Sat, 05 March 2011 15:40

I seem to be unable to file in bug errors any more, how do you zip the run files?

J


Are you on a Mac or a PC? I know how to do it on a Mac, but I'm not sure if it's the same on a PC...

Once you find the run file, I right-click on the correct file (or 'control-click') and there is an option to Compress the file. When I click on that option, it makes it into a zip. I drag the new zip file onto my desktop and send it off with the report.

Can anyone else tell him how to zip files on a PC? Razz
      
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Re:How to zip files - having problems reporting bugs Sat, 05 March 2011 13:07
PC - runs vista (bought at a terrible time)
      
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Re:How to zip files - having problems reporting bugs Sat, 05 March 2011 13:10
PFC Jökull wrote on Sat, 05 March 2011 16:07

PC - runs vista (bought at a terrible time)


I wouldn't be surprised if you make a zip file the same way on a PC...have you tried to right-click on the file when you have it pulled up? You're looking for a 'compress' or 'zip' option in the drop-down list.
      
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Re:How to zip files - having problems reporting bugs Sat, 05 March 2011 13:26
Maybe you should try WinRaR. It's free and it's (IMHO) better than WinZip.
And it supports Zip-files.
      
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Re:How to zip files - having problems reporting bugs Sat, 05 March 2011 14:19
Erik Uitdebroeck wrote on Sat, 05 March 2011 16:26

Maybe you should try WinRaR. It's free and it's (IMHO) better than WinZip.
And it supports Zip-files.


You might need to explain what that is and how it works, for those people who aren't as computer savvy and might not be used to downloading other programs...just an idea to make things as easy as possible for everyone! Razz
      
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Re:How to zip files - having problems reporting bugs Sat, 05 March 2011 20:54
WinZip and WinRar are progams to compress data.
They reduce the size of files.
      
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Re:How to zip files - having problems reporting bugs Sun, 06 March 2011 00:01
My Windows 7 laptop came with 7-zip installed.

To compress a file, in a explorer window I right click on the file to get a context sensitive menu.
In this menu I select 7-zip and a submenu appears.
In the submenu I select add to archive and a 7-zip dialog box appears to compress the file into an archive which I can name.

To add multiple files select them then right click.

To add a file from a different location I first create the archive. Then I select the other file as above right clicking to select 7-zip & add to archive. In the add to archive button I can select the existing archive and add the file to it.

Other file compression programmes should work in a similar fashion once you have them installed.

Hope this helps.
      
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