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 Post subject: Saving webcam-control-center settings
PostPosted: Wed Jan 23, 2008 1:35 am 
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Hello there;

PLEASE could someone tell me how I should save my setings once I have everything working (e.g. timed FTP etc)? Every time I launch wccc I have to re-enter ALL of the information, source, ftp server, user, password, directory, convert-to-jpg, etc etc, which makes it almost unusable. The only way at the moment is to leave the system powered on 24/7, which I just do not want to do.

It is driving me nuts! I have tried doing ctrl-S etc at various stages, and on searching for settings files like cameras.dat and settings.dat, they just do not exist. There doesn't seem to be a 'save' button, unless it's in the black background to the control centre window...

Help would be very much appreciated.
For your info, I am running the purchesed version, not the free try-before one.

Thanks, and with hope - F.C. Trevor Gale.


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 23, 2008 8:19 pm 
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Hello,

all settings are saved if you quit the program.
If you have adjusted many settings please quit and restart the program.

The settings are saved into wccc.dat.
You can copy this file into another to save your settings as a backup.

The file wccc.dat should always be created. If not, there must be problem with your harddrive access or space.

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