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Resetting NoteCaddy to factory settings

Modified on 2012/09/19 01:23 by Administrator Categorized as Uncategorized
-Make sure you are seeing all file extensions http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Show-or-hide-file-name-extensions

- Enable the option to see Hidden Files and Disable “Hide protected operating system files”: How to see hidden files in Windows - It should look like this: Image

All NoteCaddy configuration is stored in essentially the same place.

For the standalone application - Open c:\program files (x86)\notecaddy 2. If you installed to another location, open that.

For the HM-App - Open C:\Users\YourWindowsLogin\AppData\Roaming\HoldemManager

If you do not see this folder then its hidden. Please follow the instuctions on this link How to show Hidden files in windows 7

Clearing Settings

Make sure HM2/NoteCaddy are closed. Delete the files:

  • caddysettings.xml
  • caddylayout.xml
  • noteDefinitionsLayout.xml
  • colorDefinitionsLayout.xml
  • defaultmappings.xml
  • caddyReportNewHandsLayout.xml
  • caddyReportNewNotesLayout.xml

This should be done if your layout got corrupted, if NoteCaddy is crashing at startup, or if you are getting errors when trying to save settings.

Clearing Note Definitions

If you want to restore note definitions to factory settings, the process varies depending on if you're using the standalone or HM-App

  • In the standalone version, delete the folder "definitions" and then restart NoteCaddy and go to tools->run setup wizard and select the defaults that you want

  • In the HM-App version, delete the folder NoteCaddyDefinitions under roaming (this is the same place the hem log is found, for example C:\Users\YourWindowsLogin\AppData\Roaming\HoldemManager) and then just start HM2. It will download the defaults automatically and regenerate notes on all of your hands.

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