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Old 9th August 2002
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Well... if the three files have the same name (such as "film.avi" "film.idx" and "film.sub") and are in the same directory [by default it works also if the subs are in a subdirectory called "subtitles"], DirectVobSub should auto-load and display the subtitles...

If not, I think there's a shortcut called "directvobsub, configure" in the directory where you installed vobsub.
double clicking it, you should see a window like this (this is v2.14, I dunno if it has changed since):

Enable "always auto-load"

when playing your movie, right-click on Dvobsub in the systray (a green curved arrow) and select "Directvobsub (forced auto-loading version)"
you'll see the same window as above, and you'll be able to open your idx file for display.

Good Luck
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