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deadrabbit
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Hopefully this will make sense so here goes:

I just reinstalled Hydrogen and opened it for the first time,
made a song and saved it to disc. I then exited hydrogen, deleted the file I just saved and then opened hydrogen again. All it would do is produce segmentation faults because it couldn't find the last file I saved. So, I "su" into root ( you don't have to be root, but it was a lazy way to login as a different user), opened hydrogen successfully, created a song, and saved it with the same name as the prior file. I then copied into the directory I initially saved in , exited super user mode, and successfully opened hydrogen.

OK! Does anybody know if there is a file Hydrogen writes out to that keeps track of the recent file a user has opened. I would like to investigate this so I don't have this problem again! I went into /usr/local/share/hydrogen and snooped around but couldn't anything.

Whewwwwwwwwwww! I know that was about as clear as mud, but hopefully you know what I am getting at.

Thanks,
DeadRabbit

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Thanks for the report! I'll take a look at it.
Hydrogen stores the user-configuration in ~/.hydrogen/hydrogen.conf
so you can delete this file, or (dangerous) edit it.

Ciao, hope this helps
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Thanx for the help!

deadrabbit

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