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Optional: Export any plugins you may have created with older versions of EPF Composer and the library. In EPF Composer, menu File->Export.
1. Download and install EPF Composer 188.8.131.52 (see tool downloads page for instructions)
2. Delete previous installations of the method library, or create a new folder to install the 184.108.40.206 library.
3. Unzip the downloaded 220.127.116.11 library in the folder defined above
4. Open EPF Composer, menu File->Open, then point to the folder where you unzipped the library (where library.xmi file is located)
Optional: Import your existing plugins into the new library. In EPF Composer, menu File->Import.
Note: starting with version 18.104.22.168, the library provides configuration-free processes. You can have your configuration-dependent processes created with previous versions of the library to co-exist with configuration-free processes. Should you decide to convert your existing processes to configuration-free ones, you can do so, for example, by manually re-creating your processes and their diagrams, or by making a deep-copy of your existing process into a newly created configuration-free process.
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