NodeJS location

Hey,

was wondering how adding nodes' location works? For instance, I've been trying to navigate from within the location file system to /usr/local/bin where node is currently installed, but the OK button is disabled, so my next step is to enter it manually within the location bar. On face value clicking ok seems to work, I don't seem to get much of a difference in terms of code support. Is this the correct flow/procedure in getting added?

Cheers
Antonio

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Thanks for your reply,

but the instructions don't help with the problem I'm having. With regards to the link you posted, the second paragraph have instructions to specify the location of node.js, this is the problem I'm having where my installation of node.js is located in usr/local/bin, which is not able to be selected and set as the location.

BTW I'm on a Mac

Antonio

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You’ll need to configure the location of Node.JS JavaScript files in the IDE (not the Node.JS executable location). To do that, click the icon on the toolbar. If you have Node.JS installed from sources,  specify its location there. Otherwise you can always download Node.JS  JavaScript source files from http://nodejs.org/dist (e.g. http://nodejs.org/dist/v0.6.2/node-v0.6.2.tar.gz).

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Thank you for clarifying that, much appreciated :)

For some reason I had the executable in my head!? :8}

Thanks again!

Antonio

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