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    I've dabbled with BC a little in the past but we now need something like this at work and I need it at home. I have had a look at the alternatives and BC wins every time. Main issue for me, as a new user has been saving my sessions to a place that is easily accessible. I'm hoping there is somewhere in setting that's I can select to just save things in a certain place, I just cant find it.

    Would be great if I could just create a profile and then save it where I wanted. I might be missing it but I kind of go on the 'If I'm missing it then others must be to'

    Windows 8.1 pro

    Thanks
    Last edited by Am30; 01-Aug-2015, 01:47 PM. Reason: Version of Windows added

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    One thing you can do is that you can export your sessions. you can do that and select what settings and sessions to export.

    Also you can have a shared sessions folder, the following is from the help::

    Multiple users can share sessions by using a shared sessions file.

    To create a shared sessions file

    1. Pick Tools > Export Settings to create a settings package (.bcpkg) with any subset of your sessions.

    2. Place the package file in an appropriate shared folder.

    To access a shared sessions file

    1. Pick Tools > Options .

    2. On the Tweaks page, in the Shared Sessions File section, enter the location of the package file.

    Shared sessions will then appear as a new branch in the Sessions tree:

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      Originally posted by lhasadad View Post
      One thing you can do is that you can export your sessions. you can do that and select what settings and sessions to export.

      Also you can have a shared sessions folder, the following is from the help::

      Multiple users can share sessions by using a shared sessions file.

      To create a shared sessions file

      1. Pick Tools > Export Settings to create a settings package (.bcpkg) with any subset of your sessions.

      2. Place the package file in an appropriate shared folder.

      To access a shared sessions file

      1. Pick Tools > Options .

      2. On the Tweaks page, in the Shared Sessions File section, enter the location of the package file.

      Shared sessions will then appear as a new branch in the Sessions tree:
      Perfect, thanks

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