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...ns, so pay close attention to compatibility information for directions and extensions.
===How do I install extensions?===
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...n extension which allows a user to create footnotes. Cite includes several extensions which can be installed independently and operate independently of each othe
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...ere]]) to obtain the correct version of FlaggedRevs and extract it to your extensions directory.
...e <tt>.../mwdir/extensions/FlaggedRevs/client</tt> (1.16) or <tt>.../mwdir/extensions/FlaggedRevs/</tt> (<=1.15) is web-readable (required for CSS/JS).
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...ile will be played back. Possible extensions are a LCD for displaying id3 tag information, and buttons for user interaction (next track, previous track,
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...file will be played back. Possible extensions are a LCD for displaying id3 tag information, and buttons for user interaction (next track, previous track,
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* RFID tag chip with 64 kBit EEPROM
...tics) of all GPIO and signal connections to support driver development and extensions
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# Operating systems/bootloaders may require extensions that are configuration related or specific use related. I.e. Linux specific
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