Keeping track of folder for BS.Player's auxiliary files
[Apparently BS.Player assumes - when started - that if BSplayer.xml file is not present inside installation folder, the user has installed with default settings, and it then creates all its auxiliary files in the OS-determined folder. Instead of - at each startup - looking at BSplayer.xml file's presence, BS.Player should then first look at the special (ini)file (always in installation folder).]
(I.a. this post concerns: [FIXED] How to disable secondary subtitles by default?)
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