I have been trying to follow the instructions for above.
I created cardbox3.ini with note pad and placed it into the Windows directory ie C:\windows\cardbox3.ini
I remember I did this one before with Martin very kindly helping me but I am obviously doing something wrong this time. But what?
There was something with Ghostscript?
Juan, when you emailed Support about this, you had installed the Ghostscript files in C:\Program Files\gs\gs8.63\bin.
If you have installed the Ghostscript files in C:\Program Files\gs\gs8.63\bin, the line in cardbox3.ini should read:
I know and I am sorry. I am on a different computer elsewhere and I have here downloaded and installed Ghostscript in C:\Program Files\gs\gs8.63\bin. I created a cardbox3.ini file on its own, not within a directory, in the windows directory and it now reads:
Maybe the Cardbox3.ini file should be in the Cardbox directory within the program files file.
Cardbox3.ini must be in de Windows folder!
Better index/describe it correct in CB and launch the pdf if relevant (I think)!
If the problem is still not solved then try this:
If this gives not a good result, describe every step you do while importing a pdf and write were it goes wrong.
Another suggestion: Be sure your pdf is valid. A damaged pdf could cause also trouble. So open it bij Acrobat Reader en see if it is a valid PDF. Better is to check it with Foxit PDF reader because this is a little more critical (Foxit: a very fine, very fast PDF reader which in most cases can replace Adobe).
Thank you again Bert,
When you select in Cardbox "load from file" , first change the Filetypes to "PDF". Then navigate to the right folder/file.
I have just downloaded the new build (4274) of Cardbox available for download hoping that whatever bug I am encountering would have been resolved but its all just the same.
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