Artisan location of configuration?

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Marcelnl
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#1: Post by Marcelnl »

I managed to kill a laptop by pouring coffe into it entering my car, I now installed Artisan on a new laptop and got the RTD setup to work but would like to forego making new buttons etc. I'm quite , not 100%, sure I made a backup of my settings at some point and have the Artisan folder on the old SSD but so far haven't found a cfg or similar file.
Anyone here who knows what to look for/where to look for it?
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CarefreeBuzzBuzz
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#2: Post by CarefreeBuzzBuzz »

If you didn't save it through Help>Save Settings you won't have it specific to your machine in a format you can load to the new one. That file can be saved to anywhere you desire. Search what backup you have for an .aset file.

You killed the laptop but did you kill the hard drive?
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#3: Post by Marcelnl (original poster) replying to CarefreeBuzzBuzz »


I managed to only kill the laptop, the SSD drive is OK!

the search for .aset is running THANKS!
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#4: Post by Marcelnl (original poster) »

found it, it is an embarassing 2 years old ;-)

thanks for your lightning fast support!!

back in business :-)
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#5: Post by CarefreeBuzzBuzz »

I'm glad you found it. I save mine to my hard drive about once a month or if I make changes and I save it to a location that goes to the cloud for an extra back up.
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#6: Post by Marcelnl (original poster) replying to CarefreeBuzzBuzz »


makes sense, that sort of stuff in the category 'hobbies' falls in the 'learn the hard way' method with me ;-)
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