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Subject: Re: Flash Renamer 6.1 Query
Date: Fri, 07 Aug 2009 16:22:13 +0200
Yes, the list is stored in a separate file called replace.dat. Simply copy this file to your new computer after you have installed and run Flash Renamer
at least once. I copied a section from the manual below so you can find the file.
stores its settings in the "common appdata" folder (typcally %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Application Data\RL Vision\Flash Renamer
\). All users share these settings (except in Vista, see below). Settings will be kept even if you update Flash Renamer
Note: Versions up to 5.1 stored the settings in the Windows registry, and all users had unique settings. Versions 5.2 and above do not store anything in the registry.
Windows Vista is a bit different. Because the setup program copies the settings to the common appdata folder, the files will inherit setups admin privelidges, so only a real admin (ie with UAC turned off) will be able to modify them. Vista has a solution called Virtualizing that will automatically make copies of the files to a VistualStore folder (typically %userprofile%\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\RL Vision\Flash Renamer
\). This means that all users will have unique settings. If you don't like this, you can change the read/write privileges on the original files (typically stored in C:\ProgramData\RL Vision\Flash Renamer
\) and give standard users write privelidges.
> I was just wondering if there is a way to export the 'batch replace' list to import on another machine.
> I want to reformat my computer but don't want to lose my list of over 200 'batch replace' items.
> Is the list stored somewhere in the registry?
> Kind Regards, Andrew.
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