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Where is rtl folder?

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Hi. 
I want to document about RTL and I am looking for the folder with the .pas files, but I can not find it.
Inside the installation folder there is only the "Local" folder, no RTL.
I have version 3.0.0.201 Professional. 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Ricardo said:

No, it does not exist. The only folder inside E: \ Smart mobile studio is "Local". 
All files are visible and neither in the Program Files folder nor in Documents, ...

I am not sure how you installed it.....but if its from the Install package, then it should be under ProgramData as I described above. NOT Program Files

Make sure in your folder options you have  "Show all Hidden files, folders, or drives"   checked

 

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When installing Smart Mobile Studio (SMS) the following is the default path:


C:\Program Files (x86)\Smart Mobile Studio

 

Once installed, the following folders are created:

 

C:\Program Files (x86)\Smart Mobile Studio

C:\users\<username>\My Documents\Smart Mobile Projects

C:\ProgramData\The Smart Company\Smart Mobile Studio

 

NOTE: During the install, no Registry entries are created

 

When running SMS for the first time, the following files are created in the following folders

 

C:\ProgramData\The Smart Company\Smart Mobile Studio

1.    User.lic
2.    Keyboard _Shortcuts.XML

C:\ProgramData\The Smart Company\Smart Mobile Studio\Layouts

1.    DefaultLayout.Layout  (configuration file)


NOTE: During the first run, the following registry entries are created

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Optimale Systemer AS
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Optimale Systemer AS\Smart Mobile Studio
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Optimale Systemer AS\Smart Mobile Studio\FormMain

1.    Flags
2.    FormVersion
3.    MinMaxPos
4.    NormPos
5.    PixelsPerInch
6.    ShowCmd

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Thank you. 
It is already solved. I did the search with the file explorer (* .pas, rtl ...) and could not find anything but, accessing the routes directly, yes.
It's not a windows error, it's a "feature" 

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