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Old 02-28-2009, 10:43 AM   #2
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Of course I'm supposed to jump in here - but I'm stumped.

First of all: I've never had or used version 5.2, and version 5.0 in stalled on Grace here somehow just stopped working (it crashes immediately on startup, and I have no idea why), long after I'd last used it. So I am more than rusty.

Isn't there some menu item somewhere to save your settings or save your "desktop", or similar? Did you install as administrator? Are you using it as administrator or with another account?

I have some vague memories that 1) it needs to be installed by administrator (or at least if you need to have user-adaptable settings), and/or 2) that a non-administrator user account may not be able to change/save their own settings unless some Registry key is unlocked.

Does this ring any bells?

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