Started by Relabsoluness, January 25, 2010, 22:03:26
QuoteCan now import PSM16 files (Silverball, early versions of Epic Pinball)
Quote from: "Sam_Zen"Great ! I've got 14 of them. OMPT detects them as S3M format btw.
QuoteIt appeared that after a close, no ini-file was generated. (I strongly prefer it to be in the ompt root dir)
Quote from: "Jojo"But using %appdata% for storing program information is really the way to go, not only the Windows design guidelines say that. Get over it, we're not in the DOS days anymore!
Quote from: "Jojo"And if you don't like Windows guidelines, complain at M$.
QuoteBut no, I lost all my XMPlay and Miranda plugins, because those were still in C:\Program Files. Luckily, I didn't lose my contact lists or settings, because they were already stored in %appdata%.
QuoteWindows actually forbids programs to write in their own folder since Windows Vista (but it actually just moves those files into a virtual folder).
QuoteHow can it be?
Quote from: "Jojo"...unless you're an administrator.
Quote from: "Sam_Zen"But the file still contained some path to a former 'Keybindings.mkb' pointing to a previous version.
Quote from: "Sam_Zen"Trying to solve this, I stripped the INI file to a basic one, just with the 'Path' group.
QuoteDid you try removing just the 'Key_Config_File'-entry from [Path]?
Quote from: "Jojo"There should be about 19 PSM16 files in this world, btw.
QuoteYeah, I know that someone would complain
Quote from: "Sam_Zen"I was considering that, but I decided to start from scratch, to see if a complete inifile was rendered and at the right position.
QuoteNice to know. I'm missing Silver 2, 3, 5, 8.
QuoteComplain ? Who ? Is it become oldfashioned to read a post properly ?
Quote(I strongly prefer it to be in the ompt root dir)
QuoteBut this not the place for a discussion like that.