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#19384
/User/.rainlendar2 directory 1 Year, 3 Months ago  
Hi, guys! Please advise if it's possible to modify the place (disk and directory) where all data is stocked, i.e. instead of C/Users/MyUsername/.rainlendar2 directory to place all data (files and directories) into D/DATA/.rainlendar2. It can be useful for backup purposes.
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#19387
Re: /User/.rainlendar2 directory 1 Year, 3 Months ago  
Welcome to the forum, salex50.

Maybe this will help you:
If you want to store the settings somewhere else you can start Rainlendar2 with -c [path] command line parameter (the [path] defines the path to the settings). www.rainlendar.net/cms/index.php?option=com_easyfaq&Itemid=26#faq1

Remember if you're using ics file (local files), move to this folder or select their path in the options' calendar tab.
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Re: /User/.rainlendar2 directory 1 Year, 3 Months ago  
Hi, Jorge,
Thank you for your advice in the abovepost. Regretfully it did not give me a lot, because after I reboot and start Rainlendar2 automatically with Windows, all settings disappear. Here we need more cardinal solutions.
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Re: /User/.rainlendar2 directory 1 Year, 3 Months ago  
You need to copy the old rainlendar2.ini file from the original user folder to the new folder.
Then, check in the options for each calendar's path and update them if you move the *.ics files too.
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#19438
Re: /User/.rainlendar2 directory 1 Year, 3 Months ago  
Jorge_Luis wrote:
You need to copy the old rainlendar2.ini file from the original user folder to the new folder.
Then, check in the options for each calendar's path and update them if you move the *.ics files too.


All that was done, All files from the original folder (.rainlendar) were moved to the new one, including .ics file. Calendar's path was set up to the new folder.
Those modifications allowed to designate .ics file in the new folder as the active one. All other files (.ini) remained copies - slipping: after any modification only files in .rainledar folder are modified, but not in the new one.
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Re: /User/.rainlendar2 directory 1 Year, 3 Months ago  
I think I found the problem. When Rainlendar2 starts on Windows, is because it add himself in the Windows Registry.

If you know how to edit the registry (take care of this):
- Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run
- Update the key "Rainlendar2" with the new value (e.g., change this with your folders):
"C:\Program Files\Rainlendar2\Rainlendar2.exe" -c="D:\DATA\.rainlendar2"

Although you had created a backup folder, Windows is still loading the original user folder.
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