No I'm not talking about the arduino supplied library files and the directory they are stored in. I'm talking about users and 3rd party libraries that are required/recommended to be stored in a directory named libaries located in the users sketch directory.
I'm afraid I'm lost all over again. I guess without seeing a windows explorer type directory printout showing all the folder names and their structure I just don't get the big picture. Not your fault, it's not you it's me.
I don't how to help you. In my system, I use the 022 version. I call my main folder : Arduino_UNO, the libraries are into "libraries"
and inside that folder, all the libraries into a folder system. And inside the particular library folder, in include : examples folder, a h file and a c file. The h file is use in the line : #include <mylib.h>. So when you install a user library, just do it "manualy".
1. Unzip the files
2. Inside "libraries" folder, created a folder for the library, and inside the new folder, created a folder name examples if it is
3. Copy & Paste - C&P the C and H files and examples if any.
4. Test the code with the new library. If it is compile, it work...
Here a picture of my Ardiuno folder and it sub-folders