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Runtime Created User Disappear 7 months 3 days ago #2464

Do i need to specify the directory where i need to save? because after i tried it, the current save wasn't rewritten.
i think it's maybe because the currently running save file is in a different folder than usual
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Runtime Created User Disappear 7 months 3 days ago #2465

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Yes, you have to specify directory in the file path you use like an argument of funtion.

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Runtime Created User Disappear 7 months 2 days ago #2468

i tried using the function like this
saveproject("C:\new folder\savetest.tsp");
but the save data didn't appear in the specified folder
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The reason of the problems:
1. Function should look like this: saveproject("C:/NewFolder/test.tsp2");
2. NewFolder folder should be created. Function could not create new folders.
3. The reason of not saving maybe that your disk C are protected from unauthorized written. Usually on disk C could write only Administrators. Use other disk.
For example saveproject("D:/NewFolder/test.tsp2");

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Runtime Created User Disappear 6 months 3 weeks ago #2501

can i put the directory in a string tag?
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Yes, you can.

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