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    ginger
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    Hi, I’ve imported the settings from 8 version (was running in XP) into 9 (running in win7), but my workspace have not been properly moved, though HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareEmSoftEmEditor v3CommonWorkspace is exists and it have old workspace files listed there.
    But when I press ctrl+0 – that old workspace not loading.
    Even more: when I try to make new workpace via ctrl+shift+0 and then restore it with ctrl+0 it is restores properly, but that register parameter still have my old workspace files listed there.

    So I guess 9 version stores workspace somewhere else? If so, then where? Cause I still want to import that old 8-version workspace I have.

    Thanks!

    #7748

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    ginger wrote:
    Hi, I’ve imported the settings from 8 version (was running in XP) into 9 (running in win7), but my workspace have not been properly moved, though HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareEmSoftEmEditor v3CommonWorkspace is exists and it have old workspace files listed there.
    But when I press ctrl+0 – that old workspace not loading.
    Even more: when I try to make new workpace via ctrl+shift+0 and then restore it with ctrl+0 it is restores properly, but that register parameter still have my old workspace files listed there.

    So I guess 9 version stores workspace somewhere else? If so, then where? Cause I still want to import that old 8-version workspace I have.

    Thanks!

    In EmEditor Version 9, the workspace is saved in C:UsersYutakaAppDataLocalEmurasoftEmEditorWorkspace. The workspace format is different from the registry version for version 8, so you can’t import your old workspace into the new version, unfortunately.

    #7753

    ginger
    Member

    is there an easy way to extract the files & paths from old registryworkspace key? I know they’re in hex, but I’m not sure how to easy convert it to usual text file list.

    #7755

    ginger
    Member

    ah, already did it, with hex>ascii converter and some handwork cleaning.

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