The entity scaryWarningTitle.label hasn't been found in the dtd file where it's supposed to be found.
You must found the file to edit. To do it, you have 2 ways:
1) unzip the jar file, look in the xul file concerned where can be found (in which dtd file) the string. add the string, and rezip the file to try again.
2) use 7z, to Edit the file. When closing the editor, 7z will update the jar file.
If you can't make it work in this way, just replace &scaryWarningTitle.label; by
scaryWarningTitle.label in the jar file.
You'll see scaryWarningTitle.label instead of the value, but you will bypass the error.
This error type is easy to correct with a little more experience. It seems you begin in this particular sport.
Welcome and good luck...
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Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 03/29/2008 10:10PM by JujuLand.