Users should always consult the META file to determine if a given feed has been updated since the last import. If no changes have been made there is no benefit to downloading either the .zip or .gz files. This approach should result in a reasonable use of less than 200 requests per day.
If you selected one file, a ZIP file with the same filename saves to that folder. If you selected multiple files, a ZIP archive named Archive.zip saves to that folder. To change its name, touch and hold on the ZIP archive, then select Rename.
To download any of the following zip files, click the right mouse on the "Download" link and select "Save target as" in the pop-up menu. The corresponding zip file will be saved on your computer in the directory you choose. Go to that directory in a windows explorer. Locate the zip file and unzip it. You will get a file with the same name, with .zip in the file name replaced by .exe. Run the executable by double-clicking on it. The corresponding installation should start in a few seconds. Read the instructions and follow them. The first screen may give a security warning about an unknown publisher. If you give permission to the installer executable to run by clicking "Run", the installation will proceed.
After you create a function, you can configure additional capabilities for the function, such as triggers, network access, and file system access. You can also adjust resources associated with the function, such as memory and concurrency. These configurations apply to functions defined as .zip file archives and to functions defined as container images.
The Function overview shows a visualization of your function and its upstream and downstream resources. You can use it to jump to trigger and destination configuration. You can use it to jump to layer configuration for functions defined as .zip file archives.
Save-game files may also be imported into an empty slot which, while less likely to incur an error, is also more difficult. This is due to the fact that the save's name must be entered in the NAMES.DAT file, which can only be modified using a binary editor. Those familiar with binary editors can modify NAMES.DAT with little effort by merely filling the appropriate EMPTY slot with some meaningful text. For those without a binary editor, or unfamiliar with such, the following program will allow the NAMES.DAT file to be easily modified: NameMod.zip (14 kb). The zip-file contains an executable, help file, and the source code in C.
For binary files that are not images (such as text documents or spreadsheets), you can "zip" files that you attach to your message ("Zip" is a common data compression and archive format. Files that have been zipped have a ".zip" extension).
Orient is compiled and tested on Macintosh macOS, Windows, and Linux Ubuntu 64 bit distributions. For installation, download the version for your computer using the links in the sidebar (.dmg, .zip, or .tar.gz), and follow the instructions below. There are two versions for macOS, the Intel version that runs on macOS 10.6 and newer, and a macOS ARM version that only runs on the newer M1 Macs. See the User Manual for additional details.
On Windows, unzip the zip file (.zip) using the Extract All option, and drag the Orient application (Orient.exe) to any desired location. Make sure to entirely extract the Orient application from inside the .zip file, this is the most common installation problem. 041b061a72