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Yea, I know this's been asked a milliom times before

I'm having a bit of difficulty changing the splash for port firefox. I opened up the .nsi in HM NSI Editor, but have not a farking clue what to do. Plus, whenever I try to compile the .nsi, I get an error.

Invalid command: FindProcDLL::FindProc
Error in script "G:\PortableFirefox\PortableFirefoxCode\Copy of PortableFirefox.nsi" on line 187 -- aborting creation process

Any ideas? I just need to know how to change the splash, and what this error means.

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You need 2 different plugins for NSIS in order to compile the launcher. When you get an error like that when compiling NSIS, google it. You'll quickly find the plugins you need.

For example, the very first Google result for FindProcDLL is:
http://nsis.sourceforge.net/FindProcDLL_plug-in

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Woraug (not verified)
One more problem

Ok, I've everything worked out, but one problem. Need to get one line working. But I get this error.

Invalid command: newadvsplash::stop
Error in script "G:\PortableFirefox\PortableFirefoxCode\PortableFirefox.nsi" on line 368 -- aborting creation process

I don't know what to put in this line. Help?

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http://nsis.sourceforge.net/newadvsplash_plug-in
When you see :: take the word before it and Google it

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Woraug (not verified)
That's the problem, I have

That's the problem, I have newadvsplash.dll and it still gives me that.

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It needs to be in the plugins directory

Within the NSIS program directory... not in the directory with your NSI file. It gets compiled in by the NSI compiler so it needs to see the file.

I really need to finish the developer section. I'm working on HowTos explaining all this stuff. I've just been a bit swamped with work and still under the weather.

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Woraug (not verified)
I know that the .dll has to

I know that the .dll has to be in the plugins folder in NSIS. I'm not an idiot, I've just never used this program before.

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a lot of people accidentally include it with the EXE rather than placing it in plugins and compiling in.

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