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RE: [Bug-gnubg] Player Record and .sgg

From: Albert Silver
Subject: RE: [Bug-gnubg] Player Record and .sgg
Date: Mon, 23 Sep 2002 13:14:45 -0300

> Yes, I'm aware of that. I think we're misunderstanding each other :-)
> With your suggested procedure importing a SGG file from \Program
> Files\Gamesgrid\Saved Games followed by save settings will set the
> default SGG path to \Program Files\Gamesgrid\Saved Games.
> Agree?


> My objection is that suppose you go on to import a SGG file from
> C:\download. Later in the same session you do some changes to analysis
> options, and save settings. Now you have overwritten the default SGG
> path \Program Files\Gamesgrid\Saved Games with c:\download.

Well, here's the key issue then: I *always* save my SGG games in the
same directory. This is normal, as only one program produces them: the
GamesGrid client. So I also *always* import them from the same source
directory. It is possible that on very rare occasions I will receive an
SGG file from a different source, such as by e-mail, or by floppy.
However, 99% of the time, I import it from the same source. Same goes
for other formats. 

Now, it IS possible that I can import one from a floppy (1% of the
time), make some changes to my analysis features, and then save the
settings as you suggest. However, I think that most users will be doing
what I am doing, and that is to import consistently from a same
directory. Because I believe that is the case of the majority, I think
that the default procedure should accommodate this and make it as easy
as possible for users to set their preferred import directories. Just


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