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When you run xmoto, it creates a directory into ~/.xmoto, then, if you put xmoto on a usb key and change of computer, you don't find your data back. By the way, xmoto has an option "--configpath" to change the directory where data are saved.
- Copy xmoto and files (get the .zip package for example) on a usb key
- Copy the following this section next xmoto.exe and run the .bat
The .bat runs xmoto with the configpath option set to myConfig
This file contains only one line:
start xmoto --configpath "%cd%\myConfig" --noDBDirsCheck
--noDBDirsCheck appears with X-Moto 0.4.3