On Thu, Sep 17, 2020 at 2:09 PM 'David Fisher' via Notecase Pro
> I have NCP on a couple of laptops, one is a regular installation, the other is a portable one. I'd like to keep settings in sync between them. Are there particular files common to both versions that control the various settings like keyboard shortcuts etc and which I could copy back and forth between them?
All settings are stored in your notecase_pro.ini file. See Help file >
Installing and Upgrading > NoteCase Pro File Locations > .notecase
Directory for its location on your system.
A caution that not all settings are portable. For example, your type
size settings should vary if you have both a laptop and a desktop
machine with a large monitor.
Sections in the .ini file are arranged alphabetically. You can edit
the .ini file with a text editor that supports UTF-8 without Byte
Order Marking (BOM). Geany is an outstanding programmer's text editor
that supports UTF-8 without BOM out of the box and is supported on all
the desktop platforms NC Pro supports. There is a Geany plugin that
adds Lua support, including methods for constructing wizards. A Geany
Lua script that selectively replaces non-portable entries should not
NoteCase Pro overwrites a new notecase_pro.ini every time the program
shuts down. For that reason, exit NC Pro before editing your .ini
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