Hi, I use this method: 

1. Copy ditaa somewhere (e.g. _C:Program
Files (x86)Ditaa) _and add that directory to the PATH 

2. Edit
_C:Program Files (x86)Zim Desktop Wikizimpluginsditaaeditor.py _file in
a text-editor (notepad, for example)_:_ 

Find an comment (or delete)
next line (somewhere in the top of the file): 

dotcmd = ('ditaa')


replace it or add to the next line: 

dotcmd = ('java -jar "C:\Program
Files (x86)\Ditaa\ditaa0_9.jar"') 

3. That's it, restart Zim and check
Ditaa-plugin. 

Best regards 

MUKLI KRISZTIÁN 

On Mon, 10 Aug 2015
09:57:21 +0200, Güven, Ugur Murat  wrote:  

Hi, 

%appdata% then
zimdatazimplugins 

If the directories do not exist, you need to create
them. 

I think, I will build a little plugin which helps importing
plugins… 

Regards, 

Murat 

FROM: Zim-wiki
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ON BEHALF OF Mario Daniel Carugno
SENT: Montag, 10. August 2015
01:45
TO: Zim
SUBJECT: [Zim-wiki] Where I install ditaa plugin ? 

Hi
there 

I'm running Zim on Windows, and want to try the ditaa plugin. 


I've downloaded ditaa, which is just a jar file  

But I don't know
where to copy it in order to be recognized by Zim  

First I've put it
in the same directory where the book is.  

Then I've copied it in a
directory in the path variable  

Nothing worked.  

So, where is the
right location for plugins ?  

Thanks     
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MUKLI KRISZTIÁN

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