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You didnt install it correctly or into the correct directory structure if its not showing up in your extensions list.
Make sure it is installed in
An easy way to know the right folder path is to open the composer.json file and at the top you'll see name: There it will tell you the proper path needed for the extension in your FTP under the ext folder.
Unfortunately that is the way that Github packages the files
Yeah, it's all in how the extension author codes the extension. Some authors make the paths make sense while others don't. That's why it's a good idea to look in the composer.json file.
Incorrect. As David stated in his post above yours, its how GitHub packs the files and is beyond the authors control.
I downloaded and installed that extension too, but how does it fix the Ajax Shoutbox? All it does is show which files are in conflict. How do you resolve it? For instance that extension shows that Ajax Shoutbox is not compatible because:samden wrote:Incase anyone else gets this... I fixed it with the help of this plugin: viewtopic.php?t=2528456
What do I do about that? Just delete those files? Will it still work if I do that?Click to show files The routing.yml file is invalid
Click to show files The services.yml file is invalid
Click to show files The tables.yml file is invalid