You can often diagnose a problem with MultiDoge by looking at the Messages window by selecting the 'View | Messages' menu option.
For a more detailed description of what has happened with MultiDoge there is a log file to look at. This is stored in the 'log' directory in your user data directory and is called 'multidoge.log'. Use a simple text viewer like Notepad or TextEdit to read it.
MultiDoge stores user specific data such as logs and the default multidoge.wallet in a "user data directory". This directory can be worked out as follows:
This section is for technical users proficient with accessing environment variables. These are enclosed in "" such that [APPDATA] references the APPDATA environment variable.
Try one of the following locations, remembering that you may need to enable hidden directories
[APPDATA]/MultiDoge. Windows (7,8):
C:\Documents and Settings\jim\AppData\Roaming\MultiDoge
[APPDATA]/MultiDoge. Windows (XP and below):
C:\Documents and Settings\jim\Application Data\MultiDoge
In OSX the user Library directory is normally hidden. Follow the show hidden files instructions to reveal it in the Finder.
[user.home]/Library/Application Support/MultiDoge. OSX 10.5+:
In Linux the user home directory is normally visible.
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