Ths article only applies to Windows and Mac, not to Linux


Occasionally, systems may have "OFX" plugins installed (either for Mistika or for other applications). If you run Mamba or Mistika and you get a crash notification, please check the following:


In Window systems: Go to Program Files/common files. 

In Mac OSX systems: Go to Library/OFX.


If you have any plugin within the above path, rename the main folder so Mamba & Mistika can not find it. Then run Mamba/Mistika  again. If it is successful then that was the cause, and you will need to follow the next steps to ensure the plugins are installed as they should be.

 

Open the attached OFXconfig.xml file with a text editor. And add the name of the plugin in the below list, as follows:

 



 <!-- My unlisted plugin  -->

      <Plugin>    

         <Name>My_Plugin_Name</Name>

        <Valid>1</Valid>    

  </Plugin>  

   
    



Replace the OFXconfig.xml file in MISTIKA-ENV/config for Mistika products

Replace the OFXconfig.xml file in MAMBA-ENV/etc/setup for Mamba product.


Mistika/Mamba should now run successfully.