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Subject: RE: Why must I declare all Settings in Save en Restore,because VFP know them all ??
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Version: Unknown Category: General VFP Topics
Date: Wednesday, May 30, 2001 8:43:51 AM         
   


> > Thanks Eric,thanks Boudewijn.
> >
> > But why must I declare all Settings in Save en Restore,because Windows knows them all .
> > When I go to start,Choose: regedit\hkey_current_user\software\micrsoft\visualfoxpro\6.0\options
> > And there it is,all the settings are stored somewhere.
> >
> > How to save and restore this ??
> >
> > Then I have only to save my own Settings.
> >
> > John Zylstra
> >
> > Sorry for my bad English.
>
> These settings are the default vfp settings: development environment. These settings dont exist on your customers pc. Also note that most of the SETtings are scoped to the current datasession so you simply have to SET the settings.
>
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> Eric den Doop
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>Thanks Eric,you are right,the are the default and it depends of the datasesion.
>John

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