Script downloading and installation instructions
Scripts from the Wiki are in zipped format. Inside the zip file, you can usually find:
- The script itself: a file with .bas extension.
- The script information file: a file with .bai extension. This file may not exist, but this is not a problem.
- If needed, other files that the script uses.
Simply extract all the files (with paths) to your IMatch script directory. This is the directory you can see in
If you haven't changed IMatch default installation folder, it resolves to:
IMatch 3.5 (and earlier): C:\Program Files\photools.com\IMatch\Scripts\
IMatch 3.6: C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\photools.com\IMatch\Scripts\
(\All Users\ may vary if you installed IMatch so that runs under a single Windows user account.)
Once you have extracted the file, close and reopen IMatch (if you had it opened) and the script will appear in the Scripting>Scripts menu option.
Depending upon the author desire (and the .bai file ), it can appear in a submenu of this menu.
(with the newest iMatch Versions closing/reopening may not be necessary anymore)
Make sure you read any other instructions that the author gives in the script page, Specially if there are comments regarding trying in a test database, or about file changing.