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Can't close ColorPic in Non-Admin-Account


I'll work with ColorPic in an admin account (from where I installed ColorPic) and in an account without administrator authorisation at the same PC. In second case I can't close ColorPic because of the following error: "Cannot create file "C:\Programme\ColorPic 4.1\palettes.xml". Access denyed."

Due to missing properties I can't define another XML-file...
by A. Nonyma on Oct 11 2009 8:22am Reply

Can't close ColorPic in Non-Admin-Account

Yes you need to give that user rights to that folder
by Nico Westerdale on Oct 11 2009 11:28am Reply

Can't close ColorPic in Non-Admin-Account


we are facing with the same issue "cannot create palettes.xml" when closing "ColorPic" being a non-admin-user on MS terminal server.

To have a 100% Microsoft Windows certificate App you need to move all ini files with user data to "users\<username>\appdata\..." profile folder. Write access to App folder is generally not fine!

Is there a way (for example using a parameter "-xmlfile=...") to move palettes.xml file to profile folder?

Friendly regards
by Michael Judek on Apr 28 2014 5:37am Reply

Can't close ColorPic in Non-Admin-Account

ColorPic has not been updated in years. Run it in Windows XP compatibility mode or as administrator.
by None Given on Jul 14 2014 2:32pm Reply

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