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    uk conversion

    Hi there, I am totally new to OSC and using version 2.3.1 I installed this 2 or 3 days ago before finding out that I can do a UK version which would suit me a lot since I am in Scotland. I dont know how to run an sql file and I am not sure about some of the things to update from US to UK version. This morning I copied my UK files into the osc folder and then downloaded my uplooad of osc from a few days ago. I then uploaded my changed osc and sucessfully configured it again only to find it was the US version still. Anyone like to give me some pointers as to what I have done and how to correct them in as basic a format as possible. I have no doubt in about 6 months time or so I will look back on this steep learning curve and laugh about my trials and tribulations of getting it to work but in the meantime I will keep plugging away with the assistance of this brilliant forum! (I originally posted this on the UK LOcalisation thread and realised I should probably have started a new thread) Cheers mike
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    Quick UK Localisation

    Hi there, I am totally new to OSC and using version 2.3.1 I installed this 2 or 3 days ago before finding out that I can do a UK version which would suit me a lot since I am in Scotland. I dont know how to run an sql file and I am not sure about some of the things to update from US to UK version. This morning I copied my UK files into the osc folder and then downloaded my uplooad of osc from a few days ago. I then uploaded my changed osc and sucessfully configured it again only to find it was the US version still. Anyone like to give me some pointers as to what I have done and how to correct them in as basic a format as possible. I have no doubt in about 6 months time or so I will look back on this steep learning curve and laugh about my trials and tribulations of getting it to work but in the meantime I will keep plugging away with the assistance of this brilliant forum! Cheers mike
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