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Saving Configuration Information?

Saving Configuration Information?

Saving Configuration Information?

I'm trying to figure out how I can preserve my HomeSite 5.5 configuration data (specifically CodeSweeper tag info and color coding settings) across different machines. Can anybody tell me which files/folders I need to copy? I've tried the files in the UserData folder; replacing them changes nothing, as near as I can tell. Any and all assistance is much appreciated; thanks.

"I did *not* escape. They gave me a day pass."

RE: Saving Configuration Information?

Cool! That answers Part 2 of my question... but not in a way I was happy with, since I've already done the reformat and reinstall... before I posted the question, so nobody's fault but mine for not backing up the registry... which was part of the reason for doing the reinstall in the first place. At least I know how to do it next time something goes ...

I'll check through the rest of that site at the URL you posted to see if I can find an answer to Part 1; as it is, I need to completely reconfigure my CodeSweeper data from scratch.

Thanks for the help!

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