warlord at MIT.EDU
Sat Aug 6 16:39:39 EDT 2005
Nope. Log (and backup) files are always stored in the same place as
the data file. There is no option to move them to another directory.
I would recommend you use File -> Open Recent if you're changing
between a set of files. Other than that, Gnucash should remember the
last open file, so you should never really have to remember the name
of the file you're using, per se.
Matt Lim <clone2man at yahoo.com> writes:
> I am using GnuCash 1.8.7. I find the log files being
> saved in the same folder as the data file. This is
> very annoying when my users try to open files in the
> open file dialog box. Is there a way to save the log
> files in a separate directory?
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