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Where Does Options / Controls Reside In ( C: ) ?


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In controllers' profile setup in Options / Controls , where does this reside in C: ?

 

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I run the OpenBeta on a copy I put on my SSD labeled M:

 

I did all my controllers profile setup on my M: drive, NOT the OpenBeta in C:

 

I went to my C: drive OpenBeta to go through the controllers' profile setup there and found it already set up as I did on my M: drive .

 

I'm guessing Options / Controls profile setup must reside in Saved Games somewhere... under Users/My name ? But not...

 

*************************************Still on Windows 7 Pro


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C:\Users\yourname\Saved Games\DCS.openbeta

 

for options and controls

 

How does my C: drive OpenBeta already have my controllers' profile setup when I did everything on my M: (Solid State Drive) ??

 

Must be the "Saved Games" OpenBeta is universal to all 2.5.2 (current time-line) drives .

 

 

Thanks for the reply.


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Well, it has to store the assignments somewhere anyway for these guys who don't use save/load profile feature, like me.

 

To narrow down what BN wrote above, it's the \Config\Input sub-folder. That's the one worth backing up.

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No matter where you install DCS your saved games folder on your C drive will be used for settings, inputs, missions, logbook and so on.

 

Each install will have its own one, for example

 

C:\Users\yourname\Saved Games\DCS ( release version )

C:\Users\yourname\Saved Games\DCS.openbeta ( openbeta )

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