What's in a "-se." file?
contains all information about the current environment of BP2, which does
include data found in the current "-gr." grammar, "-ho." alphabet, "-in."
interactive codes, "-kb" keyboard encoding, "-gl" glossary and "-mi."
includes the current start string, the current random seed, all button
settings, the current time base, time resolution and quantization, graphic
scale, MIDI filters, tuning, file save options, MIDI file type, window
dimensions and locations, colour options and font sizes.
save the current settings, select "Save setting
in the "File" menu. To create a start-up file, select "Modify '-se.startup
BP2 remembers where it found the startup settings file and it will store the
new settings into it. (Perhaps it is wise to keep a copy of "-se.startu
before doing this.
project-specific settings file must be saved in the same folder as the grammar,
and a data-specific settings file must be saved in the same folder as the data
it relates to. The name of the settings file is automatically inserted on top
of the grammar and data windows, so that it may be later automatically reloaded.
that settings files produced by old versions of BP2 might not be fully
compatible. Differences may appear in window positions and/or the settings of
radio buttons on the "Settings" dialogs. After loading an old project it is
recommendable to check its settings and save them again.