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Changing Xplode Title

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Greetings All!

This may sound a bit stupid, but I can't seem to solve my problem on how to change the Xplode title. I have red the guide, but I can't seem to understand it. It says like this:

Environment Variable    Suggested
display.title                    XPlode Installation
display.complete            completed


How am I supposed to use this? I mean, how should I use this so that my title isn't "#display.title#"?

Thanks in advance!

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I am not sure if this is what you want but I will post just in case.

In the XML file look for "<display.title>XPlode Installation</display.title>", this is the tag that changes the title.

All you need to do is change the text between the <display.title> and </display.title> tag to what you want the title to be. Like for this "<display.title>XPlode Installation</display.title>" the title would be called "XPlode Installation" so change that to what you want.

Hope this helps

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The funny thing is that "display.title" doesn't exist in my xml, but I'll just go right ahead and create it now that I know how to. :) Thanks genzo. :thumbup

EDIT : I used this:

<display.title>Xplode Installation</display.title>

That didn't help a thing as the title is still "#display.title#". Any ideas?
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<display>
    <title>Title Name</title>
</display>

There should already be <display> tags in the XML file (it declares windowmode and colours and such)
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Whooooops

<display title='Title Name' complete='Complete'>
</display>
the complete attribute allows to change the "Complete" at the bottom to another language

or.....

<environment>
     <display.title>XPlode Title</display.title>
     <display.complete>Complete</display.complete>
<environment>
<environment> goes in <config> just like <display> does.
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ok, thx Alanoll :) I'm gonna try it out now. I'll let you know. :)
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(i edited my last post, just so you know. I believe the second option is the proper option)
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The second option worked :) thx once again!
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