Why won't Processing find my library?

Anyone know why the Processing program isn’t picking up my library “papaya” ? I moved the extracted folder into the libraries folder, but it still won’t pick it up when I run. Since I can only post one picture, I’ll post more in another post

I get this error code "No library found for papaya

Libraries must be installed in a folder named ‘libraries’ inside the sketchbook folder (see the Preferences window".

Any solutions?

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Great post and documentation of your problem. Please, just avoid posting duplicates. Let’s continue the chat in your other post.


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That’s right! However, you’ve installed your library inside Processing app’s folder itself! :cold_sweat:

But according to your last posted screenshot, your sketchbook’s path location is “C:\Users\Andrew\Documents\Processing”. :pensive:

Please follow these wiki instructions on how to do it: :face_with_monocle:

As a much simpler solution, consider drag & drop your “.jar” file into your sketch, so it goes inside its “code/” subfolder. :innocent:

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