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Windows 7: Yankee Clipper III looses its boilerplates

22 Aug 2012   #1
jsquareg

Windows 7 Home Premium (Retail) Full version - With SP1
 
 
Yankee Clipper III looses its boilerplates

I am using Yankee Clipper III (YC3) under Win7 64bit. Occasionally it looses the boilerplates and I can't get them back other than by recreating them. Under Win XP, according to what I have been able to find, the boilerplates are kept in Program Files/YCIII. That doesn't seem to the the case for Win 7. I have restored the YCIII portion of Program Files X86 from a True Image Backup but the boilerplates are still not there.

Will someone please help me get around the problem of having to recreate the boilerplates each time YC3 looses them?

Thank you very much.


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16 Aug 2013   #2
jsquareg

Windows 7 Home Premium (Retail) Full version - With SP1
 
 
Second Request -Yankee Clipper III looses its boilerplates

About a year ago I posted this problem and never received a reply. I have nor used this machine very much until recently. The problem just occurred again so here I am again.

Yankee Clipper III looses its boilerplates

I am using Yankee Clipper III (YC3) under Windows 7 64bit. Occasionally it looses the boilerplates and I can't get them back other than by recreating them. Under Win XP, according to what I have been able to find, the boilerplates are kept in Program Files/YCIII. That doesn't seem to the the case for Win 7. I have restored the YCIII portion of Program Files X86 from a True Image Backup but the boilerplates are still not there.

Will someone please help me get around the problem of having to recreate the boilerplates each time YC3 looses them?

Thank you very much.
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