Changeset 37354


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Timestamp:
2023-02-24T18:49:57+13:00 (15 months ago)
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anupama
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Adding in the outstanding changes for the GS3 tutorials.

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    49364936<NumberedItem><Text id="ucp-11">Visit the <Link url="http://www.djvu.org/resources/djvu_digital_vs_super_hero_pdf.php">'DjVu-Digital vs. "Super Hero" PDF' page</Link>. The page compares a PDF sample document to its equivalent DjVu version and provides download links for both.</Text>
    4937 <Text id="ucp-11a">Download their <Link url="http://www.djvu.org/docs/superhero.djvu?djvuopts&amp;zoom=page">sample DjVu document</Link> into your <i>DjVu Collection</i>'s <b>import</b> folder at <MajorVersion number="2"><Path>Greenstone &rarr; collect &rarr; djvucoll &rarr; import</Path> </MajorVersion><MajorVersion number="3"><Path>Greenstone &rarr; web &rarr; sites &rarr; localsite &rarr; collect &rarr; djvucoll &rarr; import</Path></MajorVersion>.</Text>
     4937<Text id="ucp-11a">Download their <Link url="https://trac.greenstone.org/export/37353/documentation/trunk/tutorial_sample_files/unknownconverter/superhero.djvu">sample DjVu document</Link> (originally <Link url="http://www.djvu.org/docs/superhero.djvu?djvuopts&amp;zoom=page">here</Link>) into your <i>DjVu Collection</i>'s <b>import</b> folder at <MajorVersion number="2"><Path>Greenstone &rarr; collect &rarr; djvucoll &rarr; import</Path> </MajorVersion><MajorVersion number="3"><Path>Greenstone &rarr; web &rarr; sites &rarr; localsite &rarr; collect &rarr; djvucoll &rarr; import</Path></MajorVersion>.</Text>
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    49394939<NumberedItem><Text id="ucp-12">Back in GLI, in the <b>Collection</b> view of the <AutoText key="glidict::GUI.Gather"/> pane, right click and select <AutoText key="glidict::CollectionPopupMenu.Refresh"/>. You should now see your new document "superhero.djvu" ready to be built.</Text>
     
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    5312 <Text id="indexers-7">Start a new collection (<Menu><AutoText key="glidict::Menu.File"/> &rarr; <AutoText key="glidict::Menu.File_New"/></Menu>) called <b>Demo Lucene</b> and base it on the <MajorVersion number="2"><b>Greenstone demo (demo)</b></MajorVersion><MajorVersion number="3"><b>Demo Collection (lucene-jdbm-demo)</b></MajorVersion> collection, fill out its fields appropriately.</Text>
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    5315 <Text id="indexers-8">In the <AutoText key="glidict::GUI.Gather"/> panel, select <AutoText key="glidict::Tree.World"/>, then select and open up <MajorVersion number="2"><b>Greenstone demo (demo)</b></MajorVersion><MajorVersion number="3"><Path>localsite &rarr; Demo Collection (lucene-jdbm-demo)</Path></MajorVersion>. This will display the documents in the <b>Greenstone demo</b> collection. Drag all 11 folders in the demo folder into the new collection.</Text>
     5312<Text id="indexers-7">Start a new collection (<Menu><AutoText key="glidict::Menu.File"/> &rarr; <AutoText key="glidict::Menu.File_New"/></Menu>) called <b>Demo Lucene</b> and base it on the <MajorVersion number="2"><b>Greenstone demo (demo)</b></MajorVersion><MajorVersion number="3"><b>Demo Collection (Lucene) [lucene-jdbm-demo]</b></MajorVersion> collection, fill out its fields appropriately.</Text>
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     5315<Text id="indexers-8">In the <AutoText key="glidict::GUI.Gather"/> panel, select <AutoText key="glidict::Tree.World"/>, then select and open up <MajorVersion number="2"><b>Greenstone demo (demo)</b></MajorVersion><MajorVersion number="3"><Path>localsite &rarr; Demo Collection (Lucene) [lucene-jdbm-demo]</Path></MajorVersion>. This will display the documents in the <b>Greenstone demo</b> collection. Drag all 11 folders in the demo folder into the new collection.</Text>
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    5327 <Text id="indexers-9-3">Go to the <AutoText key="glidict::GUI.Enrich"/> panel, look at the metadata that is associated with each directory. Go to the <AutoText key="glidict::CDM.GUI.Indexes"/> section in the <AutoText key="glidict::GUI.Design"/> panel. Look at the top right area of the panel, where you will see that the <b>Lucene indexer</b> is already in use. This is because the <b>Demo Collection (lucene-jdbm-demo)</b> collection, which this collection is based on, uses the <b>Lucene indexer</b>.</Text>
     5327<Text id="indexers-9-3">Go to the <AutoText key="glidict::GUI.Enrich"/> panel, look at the metadata that is associated with each directory. Go to the <AutoText key="glidict::CDM.GUI.Indexes"/> section in the <AutoText key="glidict::GUI.Design"/> panel. Look at the top right area of the panel, where you will see that the <b>Lucene indexer</b> is already in use. This is because the <b>Demo Collection (Lucene) [lucene-jdbm-demo]</b> collection, which this collection is based on, uses the <b>Lucene indexer</b>.</Text>
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    5357 <Text id="indexers-20">Start a new collection called <b>Greenstone Demo MGPP</b> and also base it on the <MajorVersion number="2"><b>Greenstone demo (demo)</b></MajorVersion><MajorVersion number="3"><b>Demo Collection (lucene-jdbm-demo)</b></MajorVersion>.</Text>
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    5360 <Text id="indexers-21">In the <AutoText key="glidict::GUI.Gather"/> panel, drag all 11 folders from <AutoText key="glidict::Tree.World"/><Path> &rarr; <MajorVersion number="2">Greenstone demo (demo)</MajorVersion><MajorVersion number="3">localsite &rarr; Demo Collection (lucene-jdbm-demo)</MajorVersion></Path> into the new collection. </Text>
     5357<Text id="indexers-20">Start a new collection called <b>Greenstone Demo MGPP</b> and also base it on the <MajorVersion number="2"><b>Greenstone demo (demo)</b></MajorVersion><MajorVersion number="3"><b>Demo Collection (Lucene) [lucene-jdbm-demo]</b></MajorVersion>.</Text>
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     5360<Text id="indexers-21">In the <AutoText key="glidict::GUI.Gather"/> panel, drag all 11 folders from <AutoText key="glidict::Tree.World"/><Path> &rarr; <MajorVersion number="2">Greenstone demo (demo)</MajorVersion><MajorVersion number="3">localsite &rarr; Demo Collection (Lucene) [lucene-jdbm-demo]</MajorVersion></Path> into the new collection. </Text>
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    5435 <Text id="mgpp-2"><b>#s</b> and <b>#u</b> are hotkeys for the <MajorVersion number="2"><AutoText key="coredm::_preferences:textwordends_"/></MajorVersion><MajorVersion number="3"><AutoText text="stem"/></MajorVersion> option. Appending <b>#s</b> to a query term will specifically enable the <MajorVersion number="2"><AutoText key="coredm::_preferences:textstem_"/></MajorVersion><MajorVersion number="3"><AutoText text="ignore word endings"/></MajorVersion> function. For example, <MajorVersion number="3">click on the <AutoText text="Form search"/> button and </MajorVersion>try searching for <i>econom#s</i>. 9 documents are found, which is the same as in the previous section.<MajorVersion number="2"> Remember that we have set it back to <AutoText key="coredm::_preferences:textnostem_"/>. This means using hotkeys will override the current preference settings.</MajorVersion></Text>
     5435<Text id="mgpp-2"><b>#s</b> and <b>#u</b> are hotkeys for the <MajorVersion number="2"><AutoText key="coredm::_preferences:textwordends_"/></MajorVersion><MajorVersion number="3"><AutoText text="stem"/></MajorVersion> option. Appending <b>#s</b> to a query term will specifically enable the <MajorVersion number="2"><AutoText key="coredm::_preferences:textstem_"/></MajorVersion><MajorVersion number="3"><AutoText text="ignore word endings"/></MajorVersion> function. For example, <MajorVersion number="3">click on the <AutoText text="Fielded search"/> button and </MajorVersion>try searching for <i>econom#s</i>. 9 documents are found, which is the same as in the previous section.<MajorVersion number="2"> Remember that we have set it back to <AutoText key="coredm::_preferences:textnostem_"/>. This means using hotkeys will override the current preference settings.</MajorVersion></Text>
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    54485448<Text id="mgpp-7">Finally, the hotkeys can also be used in combination. For example, you can append <i>#uc</i> to a query term so as to match the whole term (without stemming) and in its exact form (differentiate upper cases and lower cases).</Text>
    5449 <Text id="mgpp-8">For example, try searching for econom#si and compare against against the results when searching for econom#sc and for Econom#sc. The first search is case insensitive and the last two searches are both case sensitive. The number of results for the last two searches should add up to the number of search results for the first search.</Text>
     5449<Text id="mgpp-8">For example, try searching for econom#si and compare against the results when searching for econom#sc and for Econom#sc. The first search is case insensitive and the last two searches are both case sensitive. The number of results for the last two searches should add up to the number of search results for the first search.</Text>
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    5625   <Text id="ic-05g">If the Greenstone server is not running (as would happen if you had closed GLI and didn't start the standalone Greenstone Server Interface application), then run it from the Start Menu on Windows now. You could also run the Greenstone server by running the <Format><MajorVersion number="2">gs2-server.bat</MajorVersion><MajorVersion number="3">gs3-server.bat</MajorVersion></Format> script in the terminal if you're trying this on a Windows machine, or by running the <Format><MajorVersion number="2">gs2-server.sh</MajorVersion><MajorVersion number="3">gs3-server.sh</MajorVersion></Format> script from a Linux/Mac terminal.</Text>
     5625  <Text id="ic-05g">If the Greenstone server is not running (as would happen if you had closed GLI and didn't start the standalone Greenstone Server Interface application), then run it from the Start Menu on Windows now. You could also run the Greenstone server by running the <Format><MajorVersion number="2">gs2-server.bat</MajorVersion><MajorVersion number="3">gs3-server.bat</MajorVersion></Format> script in the terminal if you're trying this on a Windows machine, or by running the <Format><MajorVersion number="2">gs2-server.sh</MajorVersion><MajorVersion number="3">gs3-server.sh</MajorVersion></Format> script from a Linux/Mac terminal. Press the Enter Library button.</Text>
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    5869   <Text id="themes-14">Click the <AutoText text="Download theme"/> button. <!--Ensure the Stable version of jQuery is selected.--> Select "<i>1.11.4 (Legacy, for jQuery1.6+)</i>". Under <AutoText text="Components"/> uncheck <AutoText text="Toggle All" type="italics"/>, which will uncheck all of the boxes. Under <AutoText text="UI Core"/> check <AutoText text="Core" type="italics"/>, and under <AutoText text="Widgets"/> check <AutoText text="Datepicker" type="italics"/>. At the bottom of the page, under <AutoText text="Theme"/>, <AutoText text="Custom Theme" type="italics"/> should be selected. (If there's an option to provide a <AutoText text="Theme Folder Name"/>, enter <AutoText text="TutorialTheme" type="italics"/>.) Leave <AutoText text="CSS Scope"/> blank. Click <AutoText text="Download"/>. In the pop-up window, select <AutoText text="Save File"/> and click <AutoText text="OK"/> to download the zip file.</Text>
    5870   <Text id="themes-14a">If you're unable to download the theme you've created, then we have prepared a zip file in advance containing the same ThemeRoller theme: <Path>sample_files &rarr; downloads &rarr; TutorialTheme2019.zip.</Path> After extracting, in the following instructions work with the folder "TutorialTheme" <i>inside</i> any <Format>TutorialTheme2019</Format> folder.</Text>
     5869  <Text id="themes-14">Click the <AutoText text="Download theme"/> button. <!--Ensure the Stable version of jQuery is selected.--> Select "<i>1.11.4 (Legacy, for jQuery1.6+)</i>". Under <AutoText text="Components"/> uncheck <AutoText text="Toggle All" type="italics"/>, which will uncheck all of the boxes. Under <AutoText text="UI Core"/> check <AutoText text="jQuery 1.8+ Support" type="italics"/>, and under <AutoText text="Widgets"/> check <AutoText text="Datepicker" type="italics"/>. At the bottom of the page, under <AutoText text="Theme"/>, <AutoText text="Custom Theme" type="italics"/> should be selected. (If there's an option to provide a <AutoText text="Theme Folder Name"/>, enter <AutoText text="TutorialTheme" type="italics"/>.) Leave <AutoText text="CSS Scope"/> blank. Click <AutoText text="Download"/>. In the pop-up window, select <AutoText text="Save File"/> and click <AutoText text="OK"/> to download the zip file.</Text>
     5870  <Text id="themes-14a">If you're unable to download the theme you've created, then we have prepared a zip file in advance containing the same ThemeRoller theme: <Path>sample_files &rarr; downloads &rarr; TutorialTheme2019.zip.</Path> After extracting, in the following instructions, work with the folder "TutorialTheme" <i>inside</i> any <Format>TutorialTheme2019</Format> folder.</Text>
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    58735873<Text id="themes-15">Go to the folder where the zip file was downloaded, and unzip the folder. On Windows, unzip as follows: right-click and select <AutoText text="Extract All..."/> Remove the folder name "jquery-ui-1.11.4.custom" from the end of the suggested zip extraction path. (For example, if it suggests <Path>C:\Users\me\Downloads\jquery-ui-1.11.4.custom</Path>, then change it to <Path>C:\Users\me\Downloads\</Path>.) Then click <AutoText text="Extract"/>.</Text>
    5874 <Text id="themes-16">The extracted folder will be called <AutoText text="jquery-ui-1.11.1.custom" type="italics"/>, or something similar. Rename it to <AutoText text="TutorialTheme"/>. It should contain css files, an index.html file, a couple of js files and 2 subfolders (called images and external). We largely only need the folder's structure, the css files (particularly jquery-ui.theme.min.css) and the images sufolder, but it's easiest just to copy the entire folder into <Path>Greenstone3 &rarr; web &rarr; interfaces &rarr; default &rarr;  style &rarr; themes</Path>.</Text>
     5874<Text id="themes-16">The extracted folder will be called <AutoText text="jquery-ui-1.11.1.custom" type="italics"/>, or something similar. Rename it to <AutoText text="TutorialTheme"/>. It should contain css files, an index.html file, a couple of js files and 2 subfolders (called images and external). We largely only need the folder's structure, the css files (particularly jquery-ui.theme.min.css) and the images subfolder, but it's easiest just to copy the entire folder into <Path>Greenstone3 &rarr; web &rarr; interfaces &rarr; default &rarr;  style &rarr; themes</Path>.</Text>
    58755875<!--<Text id="themes-16">The extracted folder should be named <AutoText text="jquery-ui-1.10.2.custom" type="italics"/>, or something similar, and should contain three folders (css, development-bundle, js) and an html file (index.html). In the <AutoText text="css"/> folder, there is a folder called <AutoText text="TutorialTheme"/>. Copy this entire folder into <Path>Greenstone3 &rarr; web &rarr; interfaces &rarr; default &rarr;  style &rarr; themes</Path>.</Text>-->
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    5965   <Text id="customize-04">Click the <AutoText text="Download theme"/> button. <!--Ensure the Stable version of jQuery is selected.--> Select "<i>1.11.4 (Legacy, for jQuery1.6+)</i>". Under <AutoText text="Components"/> uncheck <AutoText text="Toggle All" type="italics"/>, which will uncheck all of the boxes. Under <AutoText text="UI Core"/> check <AutoText text="Core" type="italics"/>, and under <AutoText text="Widgets"/> check <AutoText text="Datepicker" type="italics"/>. At the bottom of the page, under <AutoText text="Theme"/>, <AutoText text="Custom Theme" type="italics"/> should be selected. (If there's an option to provide a <AutoText text="Theme Folder Name"/>, enter <AutoText text="CollectionTheme" type="italics"/>.) Leave <AutoText text="CSS Scope"/> blank. Click <AutoText text="Download"/>. In the pop-up window, select <AutoText text="Save File"/> and click <AutoText text="OK"/> to download the zip file.</Text>
    5966 <Text id="customize-04a">Once again, if you're unable to download the theme you've created, then we have also prepared a zip file containing the CollectionTheme. Get it from <Path>sample_files &rarr; downloads &rarr; CollectionTheme2019.zip</Path>. After extracting, in the following instructions work with the folder "CollectionTheme" <i>inside</i> any <Format>CollectionTheme2019</Format> folder.</Text>
     5965  <Text id="customize-04">Click the <AutoText text="Download theme"/> button. <!--Ensure the Stable version of jQuery is selected.--> Select "<i>1.11.4 (Legacy, for jQuery1.6+)</i>". Under <AutoText text="Components"/> uncheck <AutoText text="Toggle All" type="italics"/>, which will uncheck all of the boxes. Under <AutoText text="UI Core"/> check <AutoText text="jQuery 1.8+ Support" type="italics"/>, and under <AutoText text="Widgets"/> check <AutoText text="Datepicker" type="italics"/>. At the bottom of the page, under <AutoText text="Theme"/>, <AutoText text="Custom Theme" type="italics"/> should be selected. (If there's an option to provide a <AutoText text="Theme Folder Name"/>, enter <AutoText text="CollectionTheme" type="italics"/>.) Leave <AutoText text="CSS Scope"/> blank. Click <AutoText text="Download"/>. In the pop-up window, select <AutoText text="Save File"/> and click <AutoText text="OK"/> to download the zip file.</Text>
     5966<Text id="customize-04a">Once again, if you're unable to download the theme you've created, then we have also prepared a zip file containing the CollectionTheme. Get it from <Path>sample_files &rarr; downloads &rarr; CollectionTheme2019.zip</Path>. After extracting, in the following instructions, work with the folder "CollectionTheme" <i>inside</i> any <Format>CollectionTheme2019</Format> folder.</Text>
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    6278 <Text id="hp-05">This <i>library servlet</i> defines the default Greenstone3 library (called <b>library</b>). As you can see, the <b>library_name</b> is <i>library</i>, the <b>site_name</b> is <i>localsite</i>, and the <b>interface_name</b> is <i>default</i>. If you look at the next servlet section, you will see that it has a library_name of <i>halftone-library</i>, uses <i>localsite</i> and the interface <i>halftone</i>. If you continue to scroll down, you will see several other library servlets definitions, albeit inactive as they're commented out. There are also other kinds of de-activeated servlets, such as <i>gateway</i>. These are beyond the scope of this tutorial.</Text>
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    6281 <Text id="dl-06">Near the bottom of the file, you will see a list of <b>servlet mappings</b> that look like this:</Text>
     6277<Text id="hp-05">This <i>library servlet</i> defines the default Greenstone3 library (called <b>library</b>). As you can see, the <b>library_name</b> is <i>library</i>, the <b>site_name</b> is <i>localsite</i>, and the <b>interface_name</b> is <i>default</i>. If you look at the next servlet section, you will see that it has a library_name of <i>halftone-library</i>, uses <i>localsite</i> and the interface <i>halftone</i>. If you continue to scroll down, you will see several other library servlet definitions, albeit inactive as they're commented out. There are also other kinds of de-activeated servlets, such as <i>gateway</i>. These are beyond the scope of this tutorial.</Text>
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     6280<Text id="dl-06">At the end of each library servlet definition, you will see a corresponding <b>servlet mapping</b> for it, looking something like this:</Text>
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    63306329    <Tab n="1"/>&lt;/servlet&gt;<br/>
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    6332 <Text id="dl-12">This defines a new library called <b>library2</b> that uses <b>mysite</b> and the <b>default</b> interface. Now, near the bottom of the file, add in a servlet mapping to tell the server where our new library should be located:</Text>
     6331<Text id="dl-12">This defines a new library called <b>library2</b> that uses <b>mysite</b> and the <b>default</b> interface. Immediately after that, or else at the bottom of the file,
     6332add in a servlet mapping to tell the server where our new library should be located:</Text>
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    64796479    <Tab n="1"/>&lt;/servlet&gt;<br/>
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    6481 <Text id="ni1-08">This defines a new library called "golden" that uses "localsite" and our new "perrin" interface. Now, near the bottom of the file, add in a servlet mapping to tell the server where our new library should be located:</Text>
     6481<Text id="ni1-08">This defines a new library called "golden" that uses "localsite" and our new "perrin" interface. Now, immediately after, add in a servlet mapping to tell the server where our new library should be located:</Text>
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    64976497<Text id="ni1-11">To change how the perrin interface looks, we will be adding some key XSL files (<i>home.xsl</i>, <i>header.xsl</i>, and <i>main.xsl</i>). However, before we do that, we want to gather all of the new CSS, Javascript, and image files we will be using with our new interface.</Text>
    6498 <Text id="ni1-12">Since designing web pages is quite challening in itself, we will be taking advantage of free CSS templates that can be downloaded and modified. There are many websites that offer high quality web page designs, often for free. <i>(Always be sure to read the license information fully to ensure you do not violate the usage agreement in any way.)</i></Text>
     6498<Text id="ni1-12">Since designing web pages is quite challenging in itself, we will be taking advantage of free CSS templates that can be downloaded and modified. There are many websites that offer high quality web page designs, often for free. <i>(Always be sure to read the license information fully to ensure you do not violate the usage agreement in any way.)</i></Text>
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    65016501<Text id="ni1-13">Visit <Link>http://www.os-templates.com/free-website-templates/news-magazine</Link> and click the <b>Download This Template</b> button. In the popup window, select <b>Save File</b> and click <b>OK</b>. This will download a file with a <i>7z</i> (<i>7zip</i>) extension. If you have 7zip installed, then you can extract the file in place. If not, you can either download the free utility, 7zip, from the web, or alternatively use an online service to convert it to a zip file that Windows can extract.</Text>
    6502 <Text id="ni1-13a">To do the latter, visit <Link>https://convertio.co/uz-zip/</Link> or <Link>https://onlineconvertfree.com/convert-format/7z-to-zip/</Link>. (If conversions don't work on Microsoft Edge, try another web browser like Firefox, if you have it installed. Or you can search the web for alternative free online zip conversion services.) The general proccess is the same: Upload your .7z file. Make sure the output format is set to zip and, once your file has been uploaded, you'll be presented with a convert button which you need to press. Once the conversion process has finished, a Download button will appear. Press it to download the .zip file onto your machine. (Such sites may also furnish you with a button by means of which you can clear your uploaded files from their servers.)</Text>
    6503 <Text id="ni1-13b">On Windows, your converted <i>zip</i> version of the template will have been saved in your <b>Downloads</b> folder. <i>This template is free to use and modify, but the Copyright and link information <b>must remain intact</b> in files and in the footer of every page. The template <b>cannot be distributed</b> (modified or otherwise) without express permission from OS-Templates. (The full license is provided in the <b>license.txt</b> file included with the template).</i></Text>
     6502<Text id="ni1-13a">To do the latter, visit <Link>https://convertio.co/uz-zip/</Link> or <Link>https://onlineconvertfree.com/convert-format/7z-to-zip/</Link>. (If conversions don't work on Microsoft Edge, try another web browser like Firefox, if you have it installed. Or you can search the web for alternative free online zip conversion services.) The general proccess is the same: Upload your .7z file. Make sure the output format is set to zip and, once your file has been uploaded, you'll be presented with a convert button which you need to press. Once the conversion process has finished, a Download button will appear. Press it to download the .zip file onto your machine. (Such sites may also furnish you with a button by means of which you can clear your uploaded files from their servers.) On Windows, your converted <i>zip</i> version of the template will have been saved in your <b>Downloads</b> folder.</Text>
     6503<Text id="ni1-13b"><i>This template is free to use and modify, but the Copyright and link information <b>must remain intact</b> in files and in the footer of every page. The template <b>cannot be distributed</b> (modified or otherwise) without express permission from OS-Templates. (The full license is provided in the <b>license.txt</b> file included with the template).</i></Text>
    65046504<Text id="ni1-14">In an Explorer window, navigate to your Downloads folder (<Path>C:\Users\&lt;user-name&gt;\Downloads</Path>). Right-click on the downloaded zip file containing the template, select <b>Extract All...</b> and, in the popup window, click <b>Extract</b>.</Text>
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