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Setting path for the WA Includes files

Thread began 6/20/2012 6:17 am by Ian S | Last modified 7/13/2012 2:34 pm by toms016390756 | 588 views | 3 replies |

Ian S

Setting path for the WA Includes files

Hi Guys,

Just a quick thought.

It would be a really nice feature, that under WebAssist > Preferences if we could set a path and folder name for the Includes files

For example I might want all my includes under an includes folder in the root, rather than the WebAssist folder in the root.

Is this something that might be possible in future releases?


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Not a bad idea. +1. Would be nice to have this considered as well.

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I would also like to see this as some sort of option.


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