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#20499
Re: How to merge 2 backup files? 3 Months ago  
You should not be using a beta version anymore since the official v2.12 build is newer than the betas. The "Debug Rainlendar2" can be found from Rainlendar's installation folder (usually C:\Program Files\Rainlendar2).
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#20502
Re: How to merge 2 backup files? 3 Months ago  
OK! Running the official one.
But no difference at all.

In fact, I don't know how, after I'd installed the new one, it opened all my todos and with all categories I'd made just like the beta one (in a different folder!!!).
And I can not find any .log file so far...
...man, how a so simple thing can be so hard....
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#20506
Re: How to merge 2 backup files? 3 Months ago  
Different versions of Rainlendar share the same settings and events unless you do a portable installation. You can find the log file from Rainlendar's settings folder as explained in the FAQ.
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#20507
Re: How to merge 2 backup files? 3 Months ago  
I am on a portable version, rainy.
That's why I told you that I cano find the log file and that's why I thought this is very weird to install the official version at a different folder and after it opened, see all my settings and todo list already there. :wow:
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