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22015Re: [NTB] Possible, two profiles with two list of docs?

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  • Debbie Pomerance
    Nov 19, 2010
      On Thu, Nov 18, 2010 at 7:19 PM, Lawrence <lmh@...>wrote:

      > --- In notetab@yahoogroups.com <notetab%40yahoogroups.com>, "DeborahP"
      > <Debbie.pomerance@...> wrote:
      > /USER is a switch to specify the location of your data files, it can be any
      > location you wish. It is not about creating a new user in Windows. I think
      > Eric called it user, since a default installation uses the Windows User
      > directory.

      Thank you for clarification on /USER -- now that win7 uses Users as a
      directory name, I made the wrong assumption. I added /user and it seems to
      have created all the temp files, and the directories (templates, libraries,
      etc.) within the /user directory I specify.

      Thank you again for your help.

      > > I did find my mistake, I forgot part of the path (the directory 'Data'),
      > and I eliminated the USER switch.
      > >
      > > so now I am using notetab.exe /INI="D:\data\notetabt\noteprot"
      > >
      > > This worked, and I can either insert another ini file into the above
      > directory or create another Notetab type directory within Data. This helps
      > me back things up when I back all of my Data directory to an external drive.
      > >
      > > But, I currently use NotetabPro in a more vanilla way - all changes occur
      > within .ini. I have no mods in Favorites, Spelling, Libraries, or Templates.
      > But this may change. I see switches on the command line for specifying an
      > alternate location for Temp, Libraries, and Favorites, but not Spelling.
      > I think Spelling is one thing that has come up before. I don't recall
      > specifics.
      > > It is great that NoteTab provides a high degree of granularity, but it
      > would be nice too, if one could with a switch parm, just specify a new
      > directory path for everything, period.
      > >
      > > Am I missing it?
      > No, if you want to specify, it has to be each piece. However, using the
      > /USER switch is closest to a single switch.
      > > Thanks
      > Glad to help.
      > ~ Larry
      > > >
      > >


      Debbie Pomerance
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