Wizards aren't working (1 Viewer)

f8shaded

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I was trying to use the wizards, everything went smoothly. I deleted the folders I did not want loaded and added the ones I wanted. Set the default and ended. Then I go into any of the categories and nothing has changed. Any idea what I may have done wrong? I tried restartingt he application but and redoing the wizards and same thang. If the wizards worked for me, this would be a sweet application but since they won't work, it's nothing to me. Any idea what's wrong?
 

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