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

From: Nardy Pillards
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Player Record and .sgg
Date: Mon, 23 Sep 2002 18:30:15 +0200

> I really don't like with
> 1) Import an .sgg match from a select directory
> 2) Select Settings
> 3) Select Save Settings and it will remember my preferred directory.
> that just importing a file will change my settings (of course, if I
> don't save settings gnubg will not remember it next time).
> I very much prefer having to set options it explicitly :-)
> Maybe it's just me that are old-fashioned ;-)
> Any comments from the other list readers?

It really depends what one wants.
If it would be saved... I'm sure there will be soon complaints about users
"Hey! gnubg just changed my default .sgg folder. Without any reason"
(user opening an attached .sgg file from mail program. then changing other
settings in gnubg. then save settings)

Maybe 'create'  a command file?
With all the default paths in it?
/sgg, /mat, /html, /sgg... all 9.
Name that one: Default_Paths.

File... Open Commands... Default_Paths once would be enough to set all these

Even put these paths as default into the program itself?
Same as the /met, /sounds.
(but I don't know if this is suitable for *nix systems).


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