Config File in Documents Folder

I had to uninstall and reinstall AAPG and now the folder the Config file is supposed to be in is empty and it keeps resetting to fresh install every time I open the game.

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  • m_hermannm_hermann Posts: 656Moderator
    edited April 2020
    sounds like your account doesn't have write permissions to that folder
  • MewtwoMewtwo Posts: 303Player
    the file are in steamapp not in your my game and allso my files at my game are not in ther but if you go to steamapp you will see all files.)good luck
  • \Documents\My Games\America's Army Proving Grounds\AAGame\Config

    Right click each file and go to properties, check if they are on read only.
  • RZIntegraRZIntegra Posts: 47Player
    m_hermann wrote: »
    sounds like your account doesn't have write permissions to that folder

    ^^^^ If your account can't save to the folder that is trying to use to save your settings, then every time you try to run the game it thinks is a new installation.
  • MewtwoMewtwo Posts: 303Player
    and thats why you will have the FOV
  • H.E.A.T. wrote: »
    and thats why you will have the FOV

    FOV is hardcoded, and can't be changed anymore. So stop crying about it.
  • |FOX|kozini.pl|FOX|kozini.pl Posts: 92Player
    edited May 2020
    its because the windows update moved your documents to a C:/ into a different location and its not savinging into C/user/documents where the game wants it to be.
  • ^MAROFEL.ANDR!C0-TTV^^MAROFEL.ANDR!C0-TTV^ Posts: 854Player
    its because the windows update moved your documents to a C:/ into a different location and its not savinging into C/user/documents where the game wants it to be.

    What?! That's the weirdest thing I've ever heard.. Still normal location.
  • |FOX|kozini.pl|FOX|kozini.pl Posts: 92Player
    edited May 2020
    i found mine was saving documents somewhere else after the latest windows update therefore every time I saved the settings in game they would go back to the default values.
    https://www.cedarville.edu/insights/blog/windows-10-set-default-document-folder-location.aspx
    this will help
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