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    Setting network save setting in Kar2ouche

    Ok, i give up. I bet it's really simple.

    Staff complaining that when saving in Kar2ouche, students could only save on the local drive opposed to there network drive thus having to log onto the same machine each time. The program is set as the default "My Storyboards". Ok, they can navigate to their home folder, but these are primary school kids, some can some can't, and then trying to explain to a class full of kids.

    Is there a way for me to set it so it will automatically open their home folder instead of the default.

    There's a configuration file i can edit, i just dont know what path to use.

    Brain has gone home without me...

    Thanks

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    Nay mind. When i log in on my Staff account it doesnt go to my docs, but when i logged in as random pupils it did automatically..

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    So what the staff meant was that THEY couldn't, not the kids?
    There is a solution but I can't remember it either - their phone support is quite good as I recall, or try this:
    http://www.immersivesupport.com/inde...Id=49&catId=32
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    Think there is an INI file if I remember rightly, we don't use the software here but installed it at last place on shared drive. Try pointing the Path in the INI file to the Mapped home drive i.e. N: .

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