One piece of advice: Never save config files. Just make sure you always
have "Reload config info from file" checked in the Options menu. That
saves you lots of trouble. Every exercise then keeps its own
configuration data inside it. I've worked on lots of Hot Potatoes
projects over the years, and I don't think I've saved a config file
since around 2003.:-) When I move from one project to another, I just
open a file from that project, and the configuration is imported from
that file; then I hit File / New to create a new file, and the
configuration is retained, although the exercise data is removed.
When you start Hot Potatoes and then try to open or save a file, it
default to the last location where you opened or saved a file. That
makes sense to me. What is the alternative? Should it always start in
your document folder, so that no matter how long you've been working on
the same project, you still keep having to navigate to the project
folder every time?
The information about the last directories used is kept in the system
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