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Just trying to download the launcher, and there are not one, not two, but THREE different "buttons" (first one is at the top of the page, not in screen shot) on the download page that are NOT for the TekkitLauncher.

This is why we hate *[email protected]*$(!&%! ads and use Ad Blocker. Crafty, sneaky, time-wasting, frustrating BS.




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