Try to open files from gip.php, but have jazz2 start only to not connect to the server, or not start at all? Hopefully this will help you! I had this problem for a long time myself until Bobby explained how to fix it to me.

1. Go to windows explorer and click tools -> folder options. Click on the file types tab. Scroll down to the J2I extension. (If there isn’t one, click new to create it and enter j2i as the extension.) Click on advanced.

2. Look under actions. There should be an open action; if not, go to step 3. If there is, go to step 4.

3. Click new. In action, enter open. In “Application used to perform this action”, enter C:\games\jazz2\Jazz2.exe -j2i “%1”
except with c:\games\jazz2\jazz2.exe as whatever you have as your path to jazz2.exe. Click ok and you’re done!

4. Click edit. Change “Application used to perform this action” to C:\games\jazz2\Jazz2.exe -j2i “%1”
except with c:\games\jazz2\jazz2.exe as whatever you have as your path to jazz2.exe. Click ok and you’re done!

If there’s edit or anything else as an action too, make sure open is set as the default action.


Comments

NeoBlaze24 on July 28, 2004 06:00

Ya, indeed theres something wrong.
For those, who don’t understand what this article is about:

It if for those, who do not have associated program for j2i files. After you do the actions above, you get jazz2.exe associated with the j2i files, after that you can click JOIN on the GIP.PHP page, and go straight into the server. Without getting notepad with IP number and port and having to type it manually.

Regards,
NeoBlaze

Edit: Also, the Comments and Add Comment links move you to the same position on the current page – the top of the first comment, instead of Add Comment link moving you to the comment box.
And, when you are trying to type something, while typing in incorrect login, it includes the headers twice.

Violet CLM on July 28, 2004 06:00

NeoBlaze: Would you believe this isn’t the article we were talking about? Check the dates.

American on July 30, 2004 06:00

Why does it list -4 comments? Screwy.

Violet CLM on July 30, 2004 06:00

Trafton: When this article was originally posted, there were several comments already there from a previously deleted article, but as no comments had been submitted, the comment number was 0.. Someone deleted those comments, subtracting one each time, and now we have a negative number.

BlA5t FiRe on February 14, 2005 05:20

im a little confusd w/the drections can u explane the drections clearer plz XP