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Screenshot Captor / Re: How to make ScreenshotCaptor PORTABLE?
« on: December 19, 2013, 04:43 AM »
Usually I think what I'm doing, so my guess is that the story went like this:
- I installed ScreenshotCaptor normally to Program Files, used it for a while.
- Then I realized a portable would be better, found INI files, backed them up and uninstalled the application.
- Installed the portable version and copied previous INI files to the portable directory (having no clue how they work and that this would harm its portability).
Hence the mess. :)

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Screenshot Captor / Re: How to make ScreenshotCaptor PORTABLE?
« on: December 18, 2013, 06:32 PM »
Windows 7 x64 Home Basic; Windows 8.1
I log into Windows with 'Administator' user.
Some time ago I logged into Windows with another name of user with admin rights rather than Administrator itself.
I unpacked ScreenshotCaptor portable.zip to my local hard disk, folder D:\My_Portables\ScreenshotCaptor

There is ConfigDir_Default.ini file in the folder.
And also there was ConfigDir.ini there, but all its lines were prefixed with comment symbols.
I'm not sure, maybe it was my bad idea to create that file from ConfigDir_Default.ini file, maybe not.

So, I deleted ConfigDir.ini file and now everthing works 'portably' fine! :)

Thank you.

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Screenshot Captor / How to make ScreenshotCaptor PORTABLE?
« on: December 18, 2013, 05:37 PM »
How to make ScreenshotCaptor PORTABLE and make it use .INI configuration files in its EXE folder?

Instead the application creates INI-files in my user's local folder, which makes it NOT portable...

P.S. I did not install it into 'Program Files'.
Instead I downloaded ScreenshotCaptor by 'get the portable.zip' link (http://www.donationcoder.com/Software/Mouser/screenshotcaptor/downloads/ScreenshotCaptorPortable.zip)
and then unpacked it.

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