[slicer-users] [slicer-devel] changing default config file
tomb at bwh.harvard.edu
Mon Jul 12 16:15:41 EDT 2010
That sounds like a good idea, I'll do that.
Does anyone have an idea for a hack that would temporarily solve this
problem? Could I try to build my own Slicer and change a header file
somewhere that defines the defaults, or is that more trouble than its worth?
As I read over my initial question, it sounds like I was proposing a
change to the software, which is great, but I'd settle for a hack at the
moment if it were possible.
On Mon, Jul 12, 2010 at 3:07 PM, Steve Pieper <pieper at bwh.harvard.edu>wrote:
> I like the idea of looking for (and importing) older versions of the config
> file when a new version runs. This will probably be easier to do in the
> context of slicer4 (Qt has a nicer interface - doesn't use the registry on
> Can you add this as a feature request in the bug tracker?
> On Jul/11/10 4:25 PM, swallace at nmr.mgh.harvard.edu wrote:
>> Just to increase the number of folks seeing this question, I'm cc'ing the
>> devel list.
>>> I'm keeping a copy of Slicer which has many users on a network somewhat
>>> to date. Every time I update slicer, every user has to change their
>>> application settings so their temp directory is no longer in their home
>>> folder, since on this network home folders have very small quotas. Is
>>> a way I could solve this problem with one of the following solutions, or
>>> something else?
>>> -change the default settings for when a user opens slicer the first time
>>> -tell slicer to inherit settings from the previous .3D Slicer Version x.x
>>> Alpharc file in a user's direcory
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