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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Settings for different instances of gnubg

From: Jonathan Kinsey
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Settings for different instances of gnubg
Date: Tue, 10 Jul 2007 13:49:38 +0100
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Hardy Hübener wrote:
> On 10.07.2007 11:05  Jonathan Kinsey wrote:
>> You may be able to do this by creating a command file with "set met x"
>> and other
>> rollout settings and then start gnubg with the filename with a -commands
>> argument.  Not able to test it, and I know there are problems in this
>> area, it
>> might work (or not - or just run the commands and exit...).
>> You could then have some shortcuts which start gnubg with different
>> settings.
> Thanks Jon for this hint.
> The main question for me is, however, whether it is really wanted, that
> gnubg stores it's settings in a global file that is shared by all other
> installed gnubg. I tried to explain, why different settings are
> important for me. The earlier versions did it perfect, but with 0.16 a
> new feature is invented, which I don't like at all.
> Do we really want that all 0.16 installations share the same settings?

The settings are stored per user, which is the "proper" way really.  You can
load and save settings now, in theory we could add a gui for this - in reality
you're the first to ask about it :o)


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