Author Topic: How to save settings  (Read 1026 times)

Offline justanon

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How to save settings
« on: 16-10-2019, 01:43:32 »
It's quite tedious. Every time the program minimizes or closes, I would have to go to help > register to put in my registered key and email, then tools > settings > file hosters to add my file host account login credentials for 3 accounts

I have read here that

It can be saved in the settings on your local computer if needed (login cookie or token)

But i'm not quite sure how to do that, for reference i'm using windows 10.
I want to know if I can also save the settings to be used on different machines
« Last Edit: 16-10-2019, 01:52:23 by justanon »

Offline z_o_o_m

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Settings are stored usually in the same folder with program.
It should be saved everytime you closed my program.

If it is not saved, it means that my program probably can't save settings in the folder.
Try to move program into a separate folder where my program has write access.
Or you can choose settings location in settings.

If you use my program on multiple computers, each one has its own settings file.
You can only take the settings file and copy it to another computer.

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Re: How to save settings
« Reply #2 on: 16-10-2019, 18:10:49 »
Oh I see, thanks! I missed the tools > Settings directory part and chose Local application data and now my registered key and file host logins are saved, thank you


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