Problem with path to your own ini file with quotes in QTP!
The problem with path to your own ini file with quotes has resulted from the switch to separate versions!
1.) File quotation marks (quotes) problem!
The update to version 4.01:
Separate version for the portable use of QuickTextPaste under Windows 10 (protected folder problem)
From 4.04 everything is fine again Please use quotes (goose feet) in the path of your own INI file!
For example -ini: "C:\Test Folder\my_QTP.ini" as a program argument.
Info: the INI file must have the file extension *.ini, is intended as a small security measure!
Here the backup folder is created when the backup is activated in QTP.
| (Image-1) Your own ini file with quotes!
2.) Why the self-defined INI file in quick-text-paste?
This was a simple request from a Windows user who likes to define the location of the INI-File himself through program management, because he wants to use different profiles for text selection menus and Windows commands, and also handy if several users with the same account are on the same Windows PC It is also practical to work.
There is also this simple solution on the backup function:
►► Import text and Windows command from the old INI file!
FAQ 30: Updated on: 13 July 2018 20:39
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- I am just trying to implement your program quick text paste with the call INI:... on a server. I have the problem that even if I specify the path to. INI in quotation marks, it understands spaces as the end of the path and therefore cannot find the. ini.?
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