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-title: How To Install and Uninstall | Pluckeye
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+title: How To Install | Pluckeye
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If you prefer video instead of written instructions, check out the [[quickstart][quickstart screencasts]].
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If you've already installed Pluckeye, see [[how-to-update][how to update]].
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+If you want to uninstall, see [[how-to-uninstall]].
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-* Installing
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+[[_TOC_]]
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-** Windows
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If you are not *installing*, but *updating* to 1.0, be sure and read [[how-to-update][how to update]] instead.
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6. Follow the instructions in the installation wizard, clicking "Next" to proceed through each step.
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7. Restart your browsers. In Chrome or Firefox (or both if you have both), you should see a button with the Pluckeye 'P' on it near the top right.
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-** Mac OS X
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In Chrome:
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5. Follow the installation wizard prompts.
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6. Restart your browsers.
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-** Linux
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-*** Step 1: Download
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+** Step 1: Download
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In Chrome:
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-1. Visit [[https://r.pluckeye.net/try-it]].
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+1. Visit [[https://r.pluckeye.net/try-it]]
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2. Click the big "Download" button.
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3. Save the file, noting where you save it (usually the Downloads folder) and the file name (e.g., pluckeye-linux-0.99.60.tar.gz).
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-*** Step 2: Extract and run the installer
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-**** Method 1: Extracting with the default unarchiver
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a. Navigate to where you saved the file (often your computer's "Downloads" folder).
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Your windows manager may not have a built-in unarchiver. See the Method 2 below.
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-**** Method 2: Using Tar Command
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a. [[how-to-open-a-console-window][Open a terminal]].
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for the latest news on this version.
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#+END_EXAMPLE
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-*** Step 3: Restart your browsers
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Close and re-open all of your browsers.
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-* Uninstalling
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- Uninstalling is similar in all operating systems, but does depend on what version of Pluckeye you have installed. These instructions assume you are using Chrome, but other browsers should be similar.
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-** Pluck v1.0
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- 1. Click the Pluckeye button.
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- 2. Click "config".
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- 3. Click the "delay" button and set the [[delay]] to 0 seconds.
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- 4. Wait until the delay expires.
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- 5. Click "uninstall" (on the same page where you changed the delay).
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- 1. Click the Pluckeye button.
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- 3. On the Settings page, set the [[delay]] to 0.
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- Alternatively, you can uninstall using the uninstall command in a [[how-to-open-a-console-window][console window]] (regardless of your operating system). First set your [[delay]] to 0, like this:
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+Uninstalling is similar in all operating systems, but does depend on what version of Pluckeye you have installed. These instructions assume you are using Chrome, but other browsers should be similar.
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+If you want to install, see [[how-to-install]].
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+* Pluck v1.0
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+ 1. Click the Pluckeye button.
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+ 2. Click "config".
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+ 3. Click the "delay" button and set the [[delay]] to 0 seconds.
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+ 5. Click "uninstall" (on the same page where you changed the delay).
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+ 1. Click the Pluckeye button.
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+ 5. Click "Uninstall".
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+ Alternatively, you can uninstall using the uninstall command in a [[how-to-open-a-console-window][console window]] (regardless of your operating system). First set your [[delay]] to 0, like this:
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