Even if you’re the type of designer that outsources anything past XHTML/CSS, you’ll want to read this.
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If its not you may open eq2 by pressing the "open eq" button which is located below the "update" button.
While Most all of these functions can now be performed much easier by the updater through the options menu, some have been left for anyone who still wants to use them.
This makes maintaining larger sites easy, because you’re able to make changes in one place and have those results effect everything at once.
Nobody wants to go through dozens of pages just to update one menu item.
-------------------- Update on open: If checked, the updater will start scanning for updates as soon as it is opened.
Everquest 2 Directory: The Everquest 2 directory is used so the updater knows where to download the files to.
To change it click the Browse Button to the right of the path.