Discussion in 'DIY E-Liquid' started by HotRod19579, Oct 16, 2013.
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omg I love you, I don't care but I love you.... it worked, it's all back!
The link to that file was broken somehow.
As default, all your data (recipes, ingredients, flavours etc), are saved to your My Documents folder as a xml file. Not sure how it goes about naming that file (mine is different), but you can even have multiples of that file (different names) should you choose. You could even move that file to another folder or even a NAS or cloud storage should you wish but would still have to link the program to that new location.
Also good idea to back up this file, perhaps to a Cloud Storage or thumb drive.
Glad it all worked out. Would suck big time if you lost all that data.
That is great, I'm so happy @Punk In Drublic managed guide you in the right direction.
I also learned something new from this, thanks
As a reply and a bump, the program will remember the last file you opened and use that by default. I keep my "MyList.xml" in my OneDrive folder so that it's constantly backed up to all of my computers everytime I save. Makes it handy to check inventories or steeping times when I'm not at my desk.
I do not use Juice Calculator as much as others do (but do use it from time to time) – devolved my own calculator using Excel which can be used on any device and not limited to a PC. It is kept on a local drive, networked through out my premises. Keeping it local means it can be accessed when the interwebs is down.
But I use a scheduling back up program (SyncBack) to back up to a cloud storage. SyncBack is very versatile for it can detect changes in any copy and update the out of date version. I have made notes when I am out and aboot (aboot is Canadian for about), and when I get home, my local version has been updated. Of course that is dependent on a working internet connection
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