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Your web browser may also be able to open compressed files for you automatically after they are downloaded.For Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7 users I suggest 7-Zip. ● the Add On is extracted, you should have a folder that is named the Add On’s name.I am experiencing a World of Warcraft issue with the Add Ons which occured after the New Years Eve (probably some game update). Here are the things that I've tried and thought that this might get them fixed:1. On the addons support 6.0.3 patch which means that they're all up-to-date.Here's the problem that I have: I have 2 addons that I use mostly1. Omni CCWhen I log-in the game in the interface secondary tab I can see them all and I can configure them. Before New Years Eve the addons were working properly, today when I got back from the trip and started Wo W the addons were not working at all.
As you can see there is not an update to the addon in the example. Just because an addon is out of date doesn't mean it doesn't work.
When Add Ons are properly installed, a new button appears in the lower left corner of the character selection screen of World of Warcaft, labeled Add Ons.
If you do not see this button, your Add On is not properly installed or no Add Ons are installed at all.
The default location to install the addons to is "C:\Program Files (x86)\World of Warcraft\Interface\Add Ons".
If this is not the location where you have World of Warcraft installed, you will need to edit "config.ini" to point to your addons folder.
The default location of the addon list file is simply "in.txt", but this file will not exist on your PC, so you should either create "in.txt" in the same location as the utility, or name the file something else and edit "config.ini" to point to the new file.