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Windows 7: RPG Maker Ace Save File Location Change

10 Oct 2013   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
RPG Maker Ace Save File Location Change

In a nutshell: How to change default save location for PRG Maker Ace for better privacy.

Hello, I have a question about the Windows Library system. I recently downloaded RPG Maker Ace and when I try to save the game/project, it saves it in Documents! I would like to know if there is any way to change or stop this program (also happens with some video games) from saving the projects in this location and possibly save it in a sub-folder of Documents or within the Program x86 files themselves.

Program: RPG Maker VX Ace | RPG Maker | Create A Game!

Note: Please do not reply if your answer is going to be: "Make a thread about it in their forums."

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13 Oct 2013   #2
A Guy

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Windows 7 Home Premium x64 SP1

Welcome to Seven Forums lurker. In searching it appears it may be as easy as moving the folder to another location. Have a look at these threads:

How to save your project outside of RPG Maker VX - RPG Maker VX Community

Project Save Location Change Help - RPG Maker VX Ace - RPG Maker Forums

Changing SaveFile Location - RPG Maker VX Ace - RPG Maker Forums

A Guy

P.S. Or make a thread about it in their forms
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