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    LTT
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    The amount of the changes in v17 really made me hesitated. I didn’t begin the testing until now.

    A configuration name must be valid because it’s a folder name now.
    This is really a bad news for me.
    I hope my late suggestion still can be considered.

    My thought is:
    Let the folder names be just folder names, e.g. cfg1, cfg2, cfg3, …
    And use a (ini) file. In the file, the folder names correspond one-to-one with the configuration names:
    cfg1=Text
    cfg2=Text *
    cfg3=DSV ”
    cfg4=ini/reg
    Or:
    cfg1=”Text”
    cfg2=”Text *”
    cfg3=”DSV \””
    cfg4=”ini/reg”
    Thus, almost any character can be used in a configuration name.

    #22301

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    That is a good idea, but I wish you could have written your idea before the official release of v17.0. I might add that feature in future versions.

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