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  • richell_huang
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    After you download the .fzip add-on, you can install it by opening 'Foxit Reader'->'Help'->'Install updates..'-> browse and choose the .fzip package, and then click the "Open" button. When you're done, click "Done" to finish the installation.

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  • gregm
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    The Install updates feature does not work for me - windows 7 latest Foxit reader download.

    I downloaded the java script component and also tried the check for updates option - both failed

    For the fzip it gives me the message no program associated with the file to open it. I have associate the FZip extension to the updater but this does not work.

    I reinstalled the software several times to see if that was an issue / even loading in different directories.
    I copied the fzip file to the directory with the foxit exe's - no luck
    I tried associating it to foxit reader - no luck
    I downloaded another file (spellcheck) - no luck

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  • Boradryn
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    I just uninstalled Foxit and installed the latest version. I'll see the next time I try to download one of those files if the image decoder works. Thanks.

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  • Boradryn
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    I already upgraded to the latest Foxit reader, but as soon as I can figure out how to do it in Win 7, I'll do it again, just in case I missed something.

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  • cherry
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    Hi Boradryn,

    In this case, may I encourage you uninstall your existing Foxit Reader from Control Panel then re-install Foxit Reader? You can download the latest Foxit Reader installer from this link: http://www.foxitsoftware.com/downloads/
    (Btw, the imageDecoder add-on has been embeded into the installation of Foxit Reader 5.3, so if you re-install the latest Foxit Reader, you won't need to perform extra installation of the imagedecoder add-on.)

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  • Boradryn
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    Originally posted by cherry View Post
    Hi Boradryn,

    May I know which .fzip file have you downloaded? Normally you can install it by opening 'Foxit Reader'->'Help'->'Install updates..'. If to set Foxit Reader as your default program, you can open it->go to 'Help'->click on 'Set to Default PDF Reader'.
    The first, (and so far only), fzip file I've tried to open is ImageDecoder_2.0.2009.616.fzip . Making Foxit the default PDF reader was not a problem. It's the file associations thing that's hanging me up. I'm just starting to use Windows 7, so perhaps I missed something there? It keeps telling me that I have nothing installed to open fzip files and doesn't even recognize that Foxit is installed.

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  • cherry
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    Hi Boradryn,

    May I know which .fzip file have you downloaded? Normally you can install it by opening 'Foxit Reader'->'Help'->'Install updates..'. If to set Foxit Reader as your default program, you can open it->go to 'Help'->click on 'Set to Default PDF Reader'.

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  • Boradryn
    started a topic Bug .fzip files

    .fzip files

    I can't get any fzip files to open and windows 7 won't even recognize that foxit reader is installed when I go to set the default program to open these. "Install Updates" tells me to "create an association in the Default Control Panel", but that doesn't list Foxit reader.
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