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I'm using Netscape and tried to send a game file. It arrived in Simpletext and said it was too big to open. What format should I have used and can I send the whole game folder or load each file seperately. I used "attache file"...each seperately.
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To send an entire folder, fist you should compress it with Stuffit Deluxe (or DropStuff). Then attach the compressed folder and send it to it's destination. You can configure DropSTuff to compress it as a self extracting file when it is doubled clicked. But if you are sending it to a windows person, you will have to zip it. Not all windows people have stuffit (it is available for them). Compressing it ensures that it arrives correctly and usable.
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