PostPosted: Sat Feb 18, 2006 8:01 pm
In case someone else has this same problem, I think I tracked down the cause:
When zMUD starts, it needs to find the SQLITE.DLL file in the *Current Working Directory*! Apparently it doesn't look in the directory that the ZMUD.EXE is stored in, but looks in whatever the current directory is.
When you create a desktop icon for a program, it stores the path for the current working directory. So right-click on your zMUD icon and select Properties and make sure the "Start In:" directory is the same directory path that is set in the "Target:" field.
For example, if the Target field is "C:\ZMUD\ZMUD.EXE" then make sure the "Start In:" field is set to "C:\ZMUD".
Sprawdz czy masz w Start in i Target field cos w stylu:
Target: "C:\Program Files (x86)\CMUDPro\cMUDPro.exe"
Start in: "C:\Program Files (x86)\CMUDPro"