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Captain_Wrathbow
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Re: Legend of Wesmere question

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userdata/saves or userdata/data/saves or something like that. It's not hard. Poke around a bit.

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Re: Legend of Wesmere question

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Captain_Wrathbow wrote:userdata/saves or userdata/data/saves or something like that. It's not hard. Poke around a bit.
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Re: Legend of Wesmere question

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That's your game data directory, not your userdata directory.

To find your userdata directory, go here. Once you have found it you should see the following folders:
- cache
- data
- editor
- saves
- upload
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Re: Legend of Wesmere question

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shadowblack wrote:That's your game data directory, not your userdata directory.

To find your userdata directory, go here. Once you have found it you should see the following folders:
- cache
- data
- editor
- saves
- upload
Oh lol, I suck.
Why do they split it in two locations, that's silly.

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Re: Legend of Wesmere question

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One of them is global, the other one is user specific - if there are multiple users of Wesnoth on the same computer, each has an own userdata directory, which does not interfere with the other one. So, nobody else than you can delete your safes or add-ons.

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Re: Legend of Wesmere question

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pauxlo wrote:One of them is global, the other one is user specific - if there are multiple users of Wesnoth on the same computer, each has an own userdata directory, which does not interfere with the other one. So, nobody else than you can delete your safes or add-ons.
Aha! ... :hmm:
You're talking about multiplayer accounts now?

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Re: Legend of Wesmere question

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Gaaren wrote:
pauxlo wrote:One of them is global, the other one is user specific - if there are multiple users of Wesnoth on the same computer, each has an own userdata directory, which does not interfere with the other one. So, nobody else than you can delete your safes or add-ons.
Aha! ... :hmm:
You're talking about multiplayer accounts now?
No, simply Windows user accounts. (Each of them would usually also have an own multiplayer account, though.)

If you are the sole user of your computer, this would not concern you. But if other people (for example family members) use your computer, too, they should have their own (Windows) user accounts, and then they would have individual Wesnoth userdata directories.

(The same applies for any other Operating system.)

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Re: Legend of Wesmere question

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pauxlo wrote:
Gaaren wrote: Aha! ... :hmm:
You're talking about multiplayer accounts now?
No, simply Windows user accounts. (Each of them would usually also have an own multiplayer account, though.)

If you are the sole user of your computer, this would not concern you. But if other people (for example family members) use your computer, too, they should have their own (Windows) user accounts, and then they would have individual Wesnoth userdata directories.

(The same applies for any other Operating system.)
Oh, now I get it.
So if my brother played Wesnoth on this computer with another user his saves would be seperated from mine in his own documents...?

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Re: Legend of Wesmere question

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Exactly. :D

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Re: Legend of Wesmere question

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Captain_Wrathbow wrote:Exactly. :D
W00T, I made it!

Legend of Wesmere got some scenarios where I have to start over to try a new tactic, unlike most other campaigns. O_o

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