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donb
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SpeedyFox and Win7

11 Jul 2011, 19:22

i just started using SpeedyFox and have obtained good results with my winXP machine.

but on my win7 machine, i did not have the same experience. come to find out, Firefox on win7 utilizes simultaneous profiles in two different locations. i then had to manually navigate to the other profile directory and optimize that one in addition and now i see results.

it would be nice if SpeedFox could either, 1) have the other profile listed so that one does not have to go find it each and every time, or 2) have SpeedFox know that there is another directory for win7 users and then automatically optimize that one additionally.

btw, the profile locations i am referring to are the AppData>Roaming directory (SpeedFox finds that one) and the AppData>Local directory. part of the profile data is kept in each one separately with the same random directory name.
 
donb
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Re: SpeedyFox and Win7

11 Jul 2011, 22:07

i found a work-a-round.

in the path name just replace roaming with local.
 
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Re: SpeedyFox and Win7

12 Jul 2011, 06:04

Great! :smile:
 
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Re: SpeedyFox and Win7

14 Jul 2011, 00:58

i actually did not try what i said before making that statement. i just discovered you can't just edit the displayed path directly. :fool:

i suppose i can use the command line option to have it point to the local profile directory in win7. would be nice if it knew to look there on it's own though.
 
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Re: SpeedyFox and Win7

17 Jul 2011, 12:17

Dear sir,

SpeedyFox has a command line options, just read more info at home page (Command line usage)

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