Would make some skins, but receiving CMD error despite following the guide.

Discussion in 'MSI AfterBurner Application Development Forum' started by atkins1980, Aug 5, 2018.

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  1. atkins1980

    atkins1980 New Member

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    Hi, I would create some skins for Afterburner, but I keep receiving a command not recognized even though I paste the command that is in the guide that came with the program, I was going to make some metallic colored skins using the default white skin that came with afterburner, here is a screenshot of the error I receive, same happens with Windows Powershell. https://ibb.co/fgZNfe
     
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    Putzo Active Member

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    The solution is written right there in the image you posted.
     
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    I followed what the solution said, only this time I didn't see any error, but the folder that has the decompiled skins wasn't there.
     
  4. Unwinder

    Unwinder Moderator Staff Member

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    Best way to do something is to analyze and to understand what exactly are you doing instead of copy-pasting command line blindly. You're trying to decompile a skin file called "default", there is no such skin in your skins folder.
     

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