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Change default folder for saving/loading

When saving or loading clipstory history the default folder is always windows/system32. This is not very convenient as I would never want to store my clip history there.

Can I set a dafault folder to save/load clipstory hisory to/from?

Thanks
by Paul Churchley on Jun 4 2015 12:12pm Reply

Change default folder for saving/loading

The folder where Clipstory saves its data is:
C:\Users\[YOUR_USERNAME]\AppData\Roaming\Iconico\ClipboardParserUtility

For example on my Windows 7 32 bit system that folder is:
C:\Users\Constantin\AppData\Roaming\Iconico\ClipboardParserUtility

At the moment you cannot change the folder where Clipstory saves its clips data.

Clipstory does not save any data in the Windows/system32 folder.

by Constantin Florea on Jun 4 2015 12:28pm Reply

Change default folder for saving/loading

Then why when I press the load or save buttons does it open at windows/system32?

Should it not open at:
C:\Users\[YOUR_USERNAME]\AppData\Roaming\Iconico\ClipboardParserUtility
by Paul on Jun 4 2015 1:33pm Reply

Change default folder for saving/loading

I have checked this and noticed that the only situation in which the Load and Save buttons opened the windows/system32 folder is when I start the application from that folder (for example if I copy the shortcut of Clipstory in the windows/system32 folder and run it from there). It seems the Load and Save buttons open the folder where Clipstory is started from. For example, I always start my copy from the Desktop and in my case the Load and Save buttons always open the Desktop folder.
by Constantin Florea on Jun 4 2015 1:47pm Reply

Change default folder for saving/loading

Try running it using the start button application link. That is the normal way to open an application.

It doesn't matter... I have requested a refund. It is basically unusable for me. Sorry.
by Paul Churchley on Jun 4 2015 3:19pm Reply

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