Author Topic: Is there a need to install IMatch on a directory with a dot (photools.com)?  (Read 85 times)

Menace

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Hi Mario,

normally I let the software choose the way how it want to be installed. But IMatch installed themself in a directory with a dot. I have a Razer-Side-Keyboard (normally for gaming, but I used it for Capture One and also want use it with IMatch) and this software can't find and add IMatch-Programme. I guess it is because of the dot in the directory. Is there a need?

If I reinstall IMatch in a new directory (next update), can I choose another directory and all Photools-Systems works like it works before (packing, ...)?

Thank you in advance!

Mario

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IMatch always installs in the default photools.com folder. Many of your settings point at that folder and you definitely don't want to fiddle with that.

Menace

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Is there a possibility to change this "dot" thing in the next Version?

Mario

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No.

My brand is "photools.com" not "photools" or anything.

Jingo

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Hi Mario,

normally I let the software choose the way how it want to be installed. But IMatch installed themself in a directory with a dot. I have a Razer-Side-Keyboard (normally for gaming, but I used it for Capture One and also want use it with IMatch) and this software can't find and add IMatch-Programme. I guess it is because of the dot in the directory. Is there a need?

If I reinstall IMatch in a new directory (next update), can I choose another directory and all Photools-Systems works like it works before (packing, ...)?

Thank you in advance!

Hi Menace - if the software itself is a problem, I believe the device can be paired with other drivers that may work better... you might do a search to see - I know when I was looking into the Loupedeck for C1, I ran across alternative drivers such as steermouse http://plentycom.jp/en/steermouse/index.html and usboverdrive http://www.usboverdrive.com/USBOverdrive/Information.html - they may help?

Menace

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I wrote them and I hope they have a solution. Coming von MS Dos I usually avoid "dots" in directories.  ;D