Probably a really daft question...

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seandisanti
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Tue Nov 27, 2012 9:08 am

It looks like you posted to the correct forum, but reading through to spot the issue and the cause is a little messy because of the way your settings and your commentary kind of blend together. you can use [ code ] or [ quote ] (without spaces) to separate the two and that should help readability. I am reading through it right now and will help if i'm able

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Tue Nov 27, 2012 9:18 am

Open the file and see if you can find the class. I have been working with the google analytics api lately and ran into errors with their sample code because they referenced a class apiClient that had apparently been changed to Google_Client. I argued with the include path for a while before actually getting in and realizing that the issue was with the documentation not the path.

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