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Old 15 October 2004, 14:09   #1
Makkinen
 
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Error while interpreting script

Hi, im running WINAUE with AIAB using KS 3.1 and WB 3. and have been looking to funk up my system slightly by having a cool shortcut system to my icons...and i thought i had found the answer ToolManager. However i tried to install and got the following message...

Error while unterpreting script
Error: Object in use
Function: COPYFILES
Line: 205
Char: 10

What does this mean, is something else using my COPYFILES command? i really havent a clue...can anyone help?
 
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Old 15 October 2004, 15:58   #2
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What does this mean, is something else using my COPYFILES command? i really havent a clue...can anyone help?
Not the function is in use but the files to be copied. Probably the destination files.

I can only say that AIAB is crap, completely screwed up the AmigaOS setup. Try to install a clean AmigaOS from your Workbench disks, then the installer script might work better.
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