Directory Paths Default

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  1. Martyn

    Martyn

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    Hi all,

    Does anyone know how I can configure The Logo Creator to remember directory paths?

    Each time I import, save, save template etc., instead of remembering where I was last, it defaults to the same place which is a number of directories above where I need to get to.

    I spend time drilling down to the source folder only to find I've got to do it all over again the next time I save, import, save as etc..
     
  2. Mr Laughingbird

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    Hi Martyn.
    Thanks for the post.

    .... yes, I know this is a pain.
    We're working on fixing this. Are you a Windows or Mac user?
     
  3. Martyn

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    Hi, Thanks for your reply.

    I use Windows, thank you,

    Martyn
     
  4. MrMacvos

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    Ha! Just the post I was looking for! I am a Mac user and it's really VERY annoying. Each time I choose 'Open' it creates a folder on the desktop. Which I remove afterwards. I have my logo's stored all over the place, each bound to its product- or website-folder. So not a central place for logo's.

    Also, TLC does not read Mac OS 'alias'-files. I created some aliases to folders that contain logos, inside ~/Documents/Laughingbird Documents/Logo Libraries/ but that did not work! TLC did not read them.

    Also, double-clicking a .tlc file does not open. TLC starts allright, but it says I have to choose the logo via the 'Open' menu.

    Another thing is that when I finally opened a logo, and changed it, the 'Save template' option is still grayed out. But I found out that when I choose 'Close template', I get a 'Save'-pop up with which I can save the logo. So there's a small inconsistency there.
     

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