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  1. cashmere_cat

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    Hoping someone can help me with this as its more than likely a simple thing (but frustrating all the same).
    I am trying to use mClock with mods I've found.
    I've downloaded mClock, created a folder on sd called 'mClock' and extracted the mod files to that folder.
    On homescreen I add mClock widget and when the configure screen opens i try to add an xml template by navigating to the sd folder 'mclock' but when I get to the correct folder, it shows the name of the file inside, but the only option is 'Cancel'. Shouldn't there be an OK or Apply option? or what the heck am I doing wrong?
    Thanks for any help!
     

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    It is simple, and i can see why you might be taken aback. But it is kinda funny.

    Just double tap on the XML file name itself, the first time it will highlight the name the second time it will apply it.
     
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    Thanks for your reply! However, I don't seem to even get that far. I select 'Load a xml template file' and click on mClock folder and get this, with no option other than go back..

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    Thats odd. Do you not have an SD card inserted in your device? because i believe mClock may by default go to the root of your sdcard.
     

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