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11-27-2007 @ 5:15AM
What if I want to screw with the program? Not like companies don't already use propreitary compression.To be honest, everything to do with a program should be in one place. You could, even, theoreticly say that things are saved in another spot, because it's secluded to it's own directory INSIDE the programs area.And, this is without saying that Vista places things in much more than two places.Oh, and obligatory "Vista is a joke."
11-27-2007 @ 9:50AM
So, how do you propose dealing with multiple user accounts, then? I mean, if users can modify each other's settings, then what's the point of having them separate?And there is a point to separate user accounts, incidentally, even on home computers.
11-27-2007 @ 2:50PM
You would do what is already done. You can restrict access to specific files, based on account name.Have a folder called "Saved Data", then subfolders for each user WITHIN the programs folders. This is not unheard of. It's been done before.
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