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    Dr. Nick

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Hi, how to add Explode to nlite!?

I've paraphrased that PM, as I deleted it as soon as I saw it.
I've had enough of that kind of bul*****.

I've had a wiki set up at http://wiki.voidfx.com/ for a while, had meant to put in the stuff, but time-wise it just wasn't happening.

You people are going to fill it in for me.

I've had enough of people not reading the documentation, whether it's because it's too complex, convoluted, or just whether you're lazy.
This SHOULD make it simple enough for everyone to write stuff in their own language.

Once the wiki is getting a level around the same as the documentation, I'm going to be removing the PDF from the distribution completely.

If you want to help, let me know, and I'll set up an account for you.
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The pdf file helped me :) so i shouldn`t remove it if i where you..
Just close topics where people ask things that are answered in the pdf file :)

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Wow ... that Wiki is a real hit!

IceBlackIce> ill just take you are not a experienced person with coding [source]



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Hey Wraith,

Any chances of this being revived? XPlode has become my new post-install method of choice, and I'd like to make it easier for others to learn. It'd probably help with new users complaining about documentation.