[messages] [Module Support] VASL - Support for Virtual ASL

JoelCFC25 jkoepp at yahoo.com
Wed Aug 28 06:48:45 MST 2013

That's not right. A file extension goes at the very end of the file
name. Unfortunately for you, Windows is usually set by default to
"helpfully" hide file extensions from the user. I don't know what
version of Windows you're using, but in Windows 7 for example, you'd
open any folder on your computer, look for the "Organize" menu, and
choose "Folder and Search Options", then look in the "View" tab, and
untick the box for "Hide extensions for known file types". 

Then you'll be able to see __full__ file names including their
extensions. So based on what you posted above, you'll need to remove the
.vmod that you inserted in the middle of the file name, then modify the
characters after the period (which may well currently be .mod) to .vmod

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