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Question Where is the location of BSplayer's config file?

Where to find it on hdd? I do not see nothing similar into installation folder...
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Transferring the settings (make sure to click on the link in the 3rd post).
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It is not helped me :/ i have to do all manually. Thx anyway
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Your question was only about the location of BSplayer's config file (nothing more!).
"It is not helped me": Haven't you been able to find the file BSplayer.xml ??
"i have to do all manually": So what are you really trying to do??
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I do not know how i didn't find other BSplayer folder into Documents and Settings i know i backup all and i didn't delete it from there. Now i about 30-50min configured everything as before. Next time i will be carefully
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Sorry, I don't understand your reply. It is still not clear to me if you did or did not find the BSplayer.xml file. If you followed the link in the 3rd post as suggested by me, you must have also read my post of 7th March 2009:
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The most important file for your purpose is BSplayer.xml !
Like I wrote previously: its whereabouts depend on what you selected at installation of BS.Player.
It may be present in the folder
C:\Documents and Settings\[YourName]\Application Data\BSplayer [Pro]\
or - if you're a user of Vista or Win7 - in
C:\Users\[YourName]\AppData\Roaming\BSplayer [Pro]\
or in BS.Player's installation folder
(default C:\Program Files\Webteh\BSPlayer [Pro]\)
Please note that - depending on your own personal settings in Windows - the extension .xml may be hidden!
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I found .xml file into c:\program files\webteh\bsplayer\config\bsplayer.xml 0Kb It was backup from XP. But i quit for looking for bcz i didn't find nowhere alse and i configured again. Now i know where is it for next time
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