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718/742 Drop editor Help

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So Yeah... I tried again today to use drop editor and i tried also ask another sites how to fix and they only said i don't have Dropeditor.Java But i got it on
Com/rs/tools... Still this message comes

[code] Error: Could not find or load main class com.rs.tools.dropeditor [/code]

I tried also use eclipse but somehow my source comes into syntax if i open source on eclipse...
Anyone know what i can do for this ?

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have you compiled the source THEN tried using the drop Editor?

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have you compiled the source THEN tried using the drop Editor?

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[quote name='Chronicscape']have you compiled the source THEN tried using the drop Editor?

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have you compiled the source THEN tried using the drop Editor?[/QUOTE]

Yes, I compiled source after that also

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You probably searched for it, then clicked on it in the search. Search for it, right click on it, and click open file location. Then open it in there.

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You probably searched for it, then clicked on it in the search. Search for it, right click on it, and click open file location. Then open it in there.

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[quote name='falconpunch']You probably searched for it, then clicked on it in the search. Search for it, right click on it, and click open file location. Then open it in there.

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You probably searched for it, then clicked on it in the search. Search for it, right click on it, and click open file location. Then open it in there.[/QUOTE]

It is on right place but i just noticed somehow i dont have DropEditor.Class (not sure if thats needed but still)

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[quote name='falconpunch']You probably searched for it, then clicked on it in the search. Search for it, right click on it, and click open file location. Then open it in there.

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You probably searched for it, then clicked on it in the search. Search for it, right click on it, and click open file location. Then open it in there.[/QUOTE]

It is on right place but i just noticed somehow i dont have DropEditor.Class (not sure if thats needed but still)

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