Draesk posted on Mar 30, 2017 11:47:58 AM - Report post
Ahha, that would indeed make sense in this context. I'll keep that in mind for future too, thanks!
RelicDuDe posted on Mar 30, 2017 12:22:18 PM - Report post
Had the same problem, but this helped me.. Thanks.
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Version213 posted on Mar 30, 2017 7:41:37 PM - Report post
Thank you!!! 😀 😆
kachunkachunk posted on May 24, 2017 9:27:42 PM - Report post
I currently place trainers in the same directory (on, say, Dropbox) so I can conveniently refer to the readme files on my laptop nearby when I'm fullscreen in the game. I'm thinking this is probably working out to be a bad practice given that CH trainers appear to use a Config subdirectory containing trainer-specific keybind files. Is this accurate at all? Or is it elsewhere? I had to delete all customizations to fix a ME:A trainer issue, but I never actually used customizations (or not intentionally) before.
If I'm not totally off-base here, could I perhaps constructively suggest using the trainer process filename or something to uniquely set aside the configs, or somesuch? It was a bit confusing earlier figuring out whether it was a game, trainer, or config issue somewhere.
Taurusplopp posted on May 25, 2017 3:18:30 AM - Report post
All trainers that offer saving global and custom settings write in the same folder in this location > C:\Users\YourWindowsUserName\Cheathappens\Keys
While the custom settings are saved with the game's name the global settings aren't. That may cause the trouble.