Re: is it possible to safe configuration profiles?

P. Otter

hello brian,

i want to find the profile files i've made, and i want to copy them or import them in nvda on other 2 computers they allready run nvda install version.

but when i look at program files\nvda\systemconfig\profiles, the map is empty.

and now my question is, where can i find my self made profiles?

i don't find any of them.

i know, i can create a portable version but that is a portable version and not a install version.

in a portable version it is not possible to use the startup options.

and that's the reason to know where i can find the profiles.


paul otter

Op 7-8-2016 om 10:39 schreef Brian's Mail list account:

What happens if you use the make an installed copy from the portable copy, doe the profiles then get transferred to the new installed version?
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Subject: Re: [nvda] is it possible to safe configuration profiles?

ok, but it is'nt possible to safe the profiles to import them on my other machines?

i don't want to use a portable version on the other computers because there are less options on a portable version.

i've allready nvda installed on the other machines.

i only want to safe the profiles.

cheers and thanks.

paul otter

Op 6-8-2016 om 16:50 schreef Salva Doménech Miguel via
yep, you can save a NVDA Portable Version and install the portable version in the other computer and use the profiles.


El 6 ago 2016, a las 16:02, P. Otter <> escribió:

hello all,

is it possible to safe the made configuration profiles so that i can use it on other computers?

i've 3 computers working. on all of them nvda is running.

on one i've made some profiles, i want to use them on the other computers.

but when i look at program files\nvda\configuration\profiles, this map is empty.

what can i do to find and safe it on a stick to implement it on the other machines?

thanks in advance!


paul otter

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