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# 143634 22-Apr-2014 01:41
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Hi All,

I'm hoping someone can help me.

I have EPG Center running as a a portable app rather than installing it.

But i noticed two things that seem to be hard coded and no options to change them.

1) Change the default folder location:

I prefer to have it open to where ever the epgcenter.exe is located or be able to specify a default place (ie I:\Portable Apps\EPG Collector), rather than it opening up the hardcoded default directory (C:\Users\%profilename%\AppData\Local\Geekzone\EPG Collector)

2) When it's collecting data that progress bar pops up and i can't hide it or minimise the program.
Anyway to do this?

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  # 1028976 22-Apr-2014 09:22
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You don't have to run the data collection from EPG Centre.

You could set up a command file to run EPG Collector.exe and run the command file instead. That would get rid of the progress bar.

The default folder location can't be changed as things stand.



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  # 1030144 23-Apr-2014 21:29
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I see,

Also where can i request for "Change the default folder location" option, also i believe one of the the options maybe causing an error with this fixed location thing, so maybe a bug thing to.
Do i do it at the sourceforge site?

 
 
 
 


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  # 1030205 23-Apr-2014 22:36
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Describe the bug you think you are getting.

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