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How do you install add-ons in Opera?


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2008-03-09 22:30:06
2008-03-09 22:30:06

The method of installation may depend on the extension. For example, when installing the GNU Aspell extension to use spellcheck in Opera, you load the installer like you would for installing any program. Opera then detects the extension and uses it for checking spellings. Installation of other add-ons may vary. It is a good idea to look for instructions on installing where you got the add-on from.

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To get the "Addons" button, you first need to have an addon installed properly. If there is no button, then you do not have any installed addons, or they are in the wrong folder. Addons should be placed in the addons folder, /interface/addons. If your addons are not in that folder, they will not be loaded when wow starts.

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The easiest way to get addons and install them are with one of the two major addon clients, The Curse Client (requires a curse account) and WOWInterface's Minion. To manually install an addon, you need to download it to your computer, unzip it if it is zipped and then move it to your %wowfolder/interface/addons/ directory.

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You do not have the correct addons needed for those props. That's why there is an error, get used to the names of addons, then download and install them from garrysmod.org

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On the browser already installed, go to Opera Mini's download page and click install. If Opera Mini is not compatible, you will not be able to install it.

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Go to garrysmod.org and download various addons. These after download are usually extracted to the [Steam Install Folder]/steamapps/[Steam User Name]/garrysmod/garrysmod/addons folder. But these addons have installation instructions most of the time.


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