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From PCGamingWiki, the wiki about fixing PC games
Documentation for the above template (sometimes hidden from view).


Taken from Full Spectrum Warrior
Modifying the FSW.dll file[1]
Before editing, make a backup of the FSW.dll file in case the modifications go wrong.
  1. Go to <path-to-game>.
  2. Open the FSW.dll file with Notepad or other text editor.
  3. Using the Find function (Ctrl+F), search for "". There will be exactly one entry.
  4. Replace the text with "" (or any other working link that is the same length as the original and contains "%s" somewhere. This particular link is guaranteed to work.)
  5. Save the file.
  6. Launch the game.


The Fixbox is a specialized container used exclusively for fixes, workarounds, and step-by-step instructions. It provides a formal base for them, as well as keeping the wiki clean.

  • The title need to summarize what the fix/workaround is trying to accomplish.
  • For sequenced instructions, use # to label each step.
    • # allows numbered lists to be dynamic.
    • Ex. If new entries are placed in the middle of a list, the old entries are automatically re-numbered.
  • If the title alone is enough to summarize, the fix parameter can be omitted, see the below one-line fixbox syntax.

Standard fixbox


--instructions go here--

--instructions go here--

One-line fixbox

For a short one-line fixbox where instructions are not necessary, the fix parameter can be omitted entirely:

Use windowed mode, see Video.[3]
{{Fixbox|description=Use windowed mode, see [[#Video|Video]].|ref=<ref>Reference</ref>}}

Collapsed fixbox

Add |collapsed=yes to the template to have the fixbox appear as collapsed and require user input to expand.


--instructions go here--

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