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    Editing program

    Hello is it possible by 1 program to save settings to another program without running the program that is being eddited?

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    Re: Editing program

    More explanation please.

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    Re: Editing program

    So i want a program tha you run on your PC then you move it to another PC and the settings are still saved.... But i only want it to be 1 file... is it possible?

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    Re: Editing program

    If i understood well, you can save the program setting in an INI file inside the same program's folder, so that it is with it when you move between different PCs.

    To know more about INI file and get free class to read/write visit this page

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    Re: Editing program

    yes but is it possible to somehow combine the exe file and the file where there are the settigns save?

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    Re: Editing program

    bump

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    Re: Editing program

    Quote Originally Posted by devilsk View Post
    yes but is it possible to somehow combine the exe file and the file where there are the settigns save?
    This is strange and i think it is not possible because the you cannot change the exe file while it is running.

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