Why are my script changes not saving when running on Windows 7? Print
Written by Ghoti   
Monday, 22 November 2010 12:17
It appears as if there sometimes appear to be problems saving
changes to scripts files. It turns out these are related to
file and directory permissions and onwership. If Windows 7
decides you or the program don't have sufficient rights it
saves the changes to a copy of the file in
C:\Users\<YOURUSERNAME>\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\PortableMudMaster.
MudMaster 2k6 however doesn't know this. If you run into this
problem adjust the file and directory ownership and permissions
to match that of the user running 2k6. You can find your saved
changes in the files in the VirtualStore folder listed above.
It appears as if there sometimes appear to be problems saving changes to scripts files. It turns out these are related to file and directory permissions and onwership. If Windows 7 decides you or the program don't have sufficient rights it saves the changes to a copy of the file in
C:\Users\YOURUSERNAME>\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\PortableMudMaster.
MudMaster 2k6 however doesn't know this. If you run into this problem adjust the file and directory ownership and permissions to match that of the user running 2k6. You can find your saved changes in the files in the VirtualStore folder listed above.