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     - If you are on Windows, run ''​minecraft-2point0.exe'',​ ignoring any anti-virus warnings. ​ This is the same thing as the ''​minecraft-2point0''​ Python script, but compiled as a self-contained EXE using [[http://​www.pyinstaller.org/​|PyInstaller]]. ​ You do not need Python installed to run the EXE.     - If you are on Windows, run ''​minecraft-2point0.exe'',​ ignoring any anti-virus warnings. ​ This is the same thing as the ''​minecraft-2point0''​ Python script, but compiled as a self-contained EXE using [[http://​www.pyinstaller.org/​|PyInstaller]]. ​ You do not need Python installed to run the EXE.
   - Log in to the game using your normal Minecraft credentials.   - Log in to the game using your normal Minecraft credentials.
-  - If this is your first time running the launcher, or if you otherwise find yourself in a version other than 2.0, then close the game and re-open the launcher. ​ The launcher copies the appropriate JAR file to ''​minecraft2point0/​data/​.minecraft/​bin''​ each time you run it, but when the game updates (or downloads the libraries on first run) it overrides it with the normal ​2.0 ''​minecraft.jar''​ file.+  - If this is your first time running the launcher, or if you otherwise find yourself in a version other than 2.0, then close the game and re-open the launcher. ​ The launcher copies the appropriate JAR file to ''​minecraft2point0/​data/​.minecraft/​bin''​ each time you run it, but when the game updates (or downloads the libraries on first run), the update process ​overrides it with a non-2.0 ''​minecraft.jar''​ file.
  
 This launcher will use ''​minecraft-2point0/​data/​.minecraft''​ as the path for the .minecraft folder. This launcher will use ''​minecraft-2point0/​data/​.minecraft''​ as the path for the .minecraft folder.
  
 Note:  the ''​launcher.jar''​ file used by this launcher has been modified to allow for overriding the ''​.minecraft''​ path on Windows. ​ It also sets the ''​WM_CLASS''​ X11 hint in order to allow for better integration with some Linux desktop environments. ​ (To do this with the 1.6 launcher, see [[http://​uploads.s.zeid.me/​lwjgl-nightly-20131027-minecraft/​|this]] or wait for Mojang to update to LWJGL 2.9.1 and implement ''​-DLWJGL_WM_CLASS''​ on their end.)  (With this 2.0 launcher, you can override the ''​WM_CLASS''​ value by setting the environment variable ''​LWJGL_WM_CLASS''​.) ​ Other than these minor changes, it is the same thing as the pre-1.6 launcher. Note:  the ''​launcher.jar''​ file used by this launcher has been modified to allow for overriding the ''​.minecraft''​ path on Windows. ​ It also sets the ''​WM_CLASS''​ X11 hint in order to allow for better integration with some Linux desktop environments. ​ (To do this with the 1.6 launcher, see [[http://​uploads.s.zeid.me/​lwjgl-nightly-20131027-minecraft/​|this]] or wait for Mojang to update to LWJGL 2.9.1 and implement ''​-DLWJGL_WM_CLASS''​ on their end.)  (With this 2.0 launcher, you can override the ''​WM_CLASS''​ value by setting the environment variable ''​LWJGL_WM_CLASS''​.) ​ Other than these minor changes, it is the same thing as the pre-1.6 launcher.
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