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Ok guys, I figured it out.. Should come up with a solution real soon.
Meanwhile, to solve it, you only need to create the folder I mentioned (c:/documents and settings/<your username>/application data/donationcoder/gridmove) and GridMove should work.

[edit] actualy, you only need to create the c:/documents and settings/<your username>/application data/donationcoder/ folder, apparently gridmove isn't creating that specific folder. [/edit]

In windows 7 on my laptop this folder is actually at "C:\Users\<your username>\AppData\Roaming\donationcoder\gridmove".
Thanks for the quick reply jgpaiva this has fixed the issue.

Been using Gridview on Vista for a few months now and have really liked it.

Upgraded to windows7 and now I'm having an issue.
Everytime it starts I get the "As this is GridMove's first run, you'll get some help in the form of tooltips." message. I have closed it through the tray menu but this doesnt seem to fix it.

It also does not remember the last grid I used. I could just delete all the grids that I am not using but that is not the point.

Any ideas?

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