Gnucash 2.2.9 for Windows no longer remembers certain settings
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Thu Apr 15 17:51:53 EDT 2010
I am not a developer so my knowledge is limited. I did not reinstall
Gnucash. With the program closed I deleted the .gconf file and then
opened the program and the file was rebuilt.
On 4/15/2010 7:35 AM, Mark Jones wrote:
> That's what's confusing me, because I deleted the .gconf folder and
> expected it to be rebuilt in my home folder when I re-installed
> Gnucash or just restarted the application but that doesn't happen. I
> am certain this is where the problem lies because I can see the
> content of this folder relates to my preferences, but it appears that
> Windows Gnucash is just ignoring it.
> Any more help gratefully received.
> On 12/04/2010 13:15, Mike C. wrote:
>> I had a similar problem that every time GC opened it was to an old
>> prior file. I deleted the .gconf file which fixed the problem.
>> On 4/2/2010 3:44 PM, authentic8 at googlemail.com wrote:
>>> Gnucash 2.2.9 (r17949M) for Windows no longer remembers several
>>> settings it used to:
>>> It will not reload the last accounts file used, nor retains any
>>> recently used file list.
>>> It shows the Welcome dialogue with each start up even if on the
>>> Welcome dialogue I press cancel, and then No on the following
>>> "Display Welcome Dialogue Again" dialogue, the Welcome Dialogue
>>> still displays next time Gnucash starts.
>>> The same happens with the Tips dialogue, I select "Do not show at
>>> start up" but they still show every start up.
>>> Also, when the "Save file automatically" Dialogue shows, selecting
>>> "yes, always" does not prevent the auto-save confirmation question
>>> popping up again after Gnucash is restarted.
>>> I have tried a fresh uninstall/re-install while also deleting the
>>> .gnucash folder but the same problem is occuring.
>>> Has anyone else experienced this? Is it a Gnucash bug? Any idea how
>>> can I fix it?
>>> Many thanks.
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