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I downloaded a program that allows me to print using my school's network. The file is a properties file, where should I put this file? If the location matters at all.
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Does the school not provide instructions for setting this up? I find it hard to believe that they make you do this manually (although, I suppose anything is possible). What is the file's extension?

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Nope, there was no readme or any documentation. Before it didn't open at all, it was just a blank text, but i recently got MacVim and now it opens up as a properties file in vim.
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Glad you like Camus. I'm a big fan of his work.

Where did you get the file from? I'll take a look at it to see if I can figure out what you're supposed to do with it.

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Ok, I was about to send you the link to the download, but I looked at it myself, and it had information about uninstalling instead of installing. For some reason when I first installed it, it didn't install completely, but I just reinstalled it right now and all seems to work, I can't even find the file that made me start this thread. But it works now. Thanks for all your help.
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