[WriteLog] Win 7 novice at work - help please
gl1800winger at verizon.net
Sun May 27 06:53:50 PDT 2012
It is possible to get multiple writelog.ini files in various directories on
your machine, especially if you make an error during installing new WL
versions, editing and saving, etc... (don't ask me how I know)...
Do a search on your C: drive for writelog.ini and delete the ini files that
are not in the right directory.
I kept editing the wrong one and couldn't understand why my cut-numbers and
auto-save weren't working...
From: Ed Muns
Sent: Sunday, May 27, 2012 9:36 AM
To: 'Bob Henderson'
Subject: Re: [WriteLog] Win 7 novice at work - help please
The latest versions of WriteLog conveniently put a link to the active
writelog.ini file in the WriteLog startup folder: 'Edit WriteLog.ini'. This
avoids having to remember where a given version of Windows stores the active
In Vista and Windows 7, though, the writelog.ini file should be exactly
where you were looking for it in the path below. Windows automatically
creates the AppData directory when the first application is installed by
User 'Bob'. What user account installed WriteLog on this computer? That's
where you'll find writelog.ini.
Ed - W0YK
Bob, 5B4AGN wrote
> Circumstances have finally conspired to force my attempted
> migration from XP Pro to Win7/64 and I am seriously out of my
> depth! My flick through the archives hasn't helped, so I
> hope someone here can.
> I see win.ini in the Windows directory. I can open it and
> see it contains very little. I looked for
> but fall at the first hurdle. In C:\Users\Bob there is no
> AppData sub directory. Is there something I need to do to
> force creation of this?
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