Update: I just learned that Windows users have trouble with files having asterisks in the file name, so I renamed all my files to have no asterisks, rezipped them and re-uploaded to 4shared. This is the only site at which I use an asterisk in my designer name and the only site at which problems have been reported, so I hope the files will unzip OK now.
I went back to 4shared and successfully downloaded and decompressed all the files using the standard Mac decompression software. When I encounter a problem unzipping Windows zip files, I sometimes try several different decompression utilities before finding one that works.
Love the papers, but I was disappointed I was unable to save them, tried downloading them 3 separate times, deleted cookies, finally was able to download, but they were all identified as invalid zip files. I am able to download and unzip all the other great kits in the color challenge exactly the same way. Don't know what the problem is with these and they are so pretty!!
"Some people dream of worthy accomplishments, while others stay awake and do them."
Since a couple of ppl have had trouble d/l'ing the files, I rearranged the file contents to make the file sizes smaller, recompressed them and uploaded them to MediaFire. I spot checked the 4shared zip files and am able to decompress all of them with four different Mac decompression utilities and I spot checked one of the MediaFire downloads, which downloads and unzips fine. One of my utilities, Zipeg, is donationware available for both Mac and Windows, so it might be worth trying that program. The MediaFire links are:
Last night MediaFire was doing a weird thing by invalidating links that included the file name. That doesn't seem to be happening now, but if you get a message saying the file doesn't exist, try eliminating everything in the link including and after the last backslash
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