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    Highscore and Win 7

    When i don`t define a path then the highscore writes the values to ... yeah, where to? That`s my problem. Where does the highscore store its values then? It gets stored. I can see my old entries when i restart the app.

    The question why i ask is the UAC. Can users, that are not logged in as Admin play with the highscore that has no defined path? Or should i setup the path manually so that i store the highscore in a array in the All Users Application Data Directory?

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    Re: Highscore and Win 7

    If you don't specify any directory name in the pathname, the INI file is stored in a Clickteam sub-directory of the user's App Data folder.

    EDIT: you have to use either the build 249 or 250, I think older versions were saving the file in the Windows folder.

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    Re: Highscore and Win 7

    Yeah you have to go into folder options and check it off to display hidden folders. Then go into your user directory and you'll find AppData.

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    Re: Highscore and Win 7

    Thanks everybody. User`s App Data is fine. That way different users cannot share highscores on Win 7, but that`s good enough. All users application data would be better though

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