Settings Manager - user manual

Settings Manager - user manual

6. Import settings

The iStripper settings are imported in four steps:

  • Selection of saved settings for import
  • Selection of the range of settings to import
  • Confirmation of the operation
  • Save imported settings as default (optional)

WARNING: importing settings will overwrite the current iStripper settings. Before importing the settings, consider whether you want to export the current iStripper settings first.

To start importing iStripper settings, select the second option in the main menu:

[2] Import settings

Press [2] on the keyboard and confirm with [Enter].

6.1. Select settings to import

In the first step, select the set of settings to import. Select [1] (Import settings) and confirm with [Enter]. The folder selection window will be displayed:

Highlight the desired settings and click OK. The program will take you to step two.

INFO: The [O] (Browse settings folder) option opens a folder with all saved settings in a new window. This function can be helpful to view the available settings. However, it is not used for selecting settings to import. To select settings to import always use option [1] (Import settings).

6.2. Select the range of settings

In the second step, the program will ask you to choose the range of settings to import. It is possible to choose one of two ranges: basic settings and all settings (everything).

The basic settings include the settings available in the Settings tab (gear icon in the upper right corner of the iStripper window). It does not matter if the Advanced Settings option is enabled or not. All options available in this tab, even those hidden, will be imported.

All settings (everything) in addition to the basic settings also include:

  • settings available in the Girls Store tab - view, sort and filter settings,
  • settings available in the My collection tab - view, sort and filter settings,
  • the state of activation/deactivation switch of the iStripper program,
  • the state of the Master sound switch,
  • settings in the Music tab - view settings, active songs,
  • settings in the Full screen tab - view settings, active scenes,
  • resolution of bonus videos,
  • settings responsible for managing the amount of disk space for demo files.

Settings Manager is able to recognize what range of settings is saved in the selected folder. If a full range of settings is available in the selected folder, the program will allow you to choose: you can import only basic settings (Import basic settings) or all settings (Import everything). If Settings Manager finds only the basic settings in the selected folder, the option Import everything will be hidden.

Select the range of settings you want to import by pressing the [1] key (Import basic settings) or [2] (Import everything), then accept with the [Enter] key. You will go to the next step.

INFO: you can use the [D] (Show description) option to display additional information about the selected set of settings. The information includes the date and time the file was created, as well as the description you gave when exporting the selected settings.

6.3. Confirm operation

The program will display a summary showing the name of the selected settings and the range of settings to import. You can still change these options by going back with the [B] key. If you don't want to change anything, accept your choice. Select [1] (Import now) and press [Enter].

The import process will start. It will take a second or two. After its completion, the program will automatically take you to the last step in this process.

6.4. Save as default

Settings Manager can save the imported settings as default. In this process, a special shortcut to the iStripper program is created on the desktop. With its help you will launch the iStripper program with the default settings loaded - your default settings. If you have a standard shortcut to iStripper on your desktop, don't be afraid - it will be intact.

If you want to use the imported settings as default in the future, select [Y] (Yes), otherwise select [N] (No). Confirm the selection with the [Enter] key.

If you are not sure whether you want to use these settings as default, just select [N] (No). The default settings can be selected later, using the appropriate option in the Settings Manager main menu (its description can be found in the further part of the manual).

UWAGA: Remember that launching iStripper with a special shortcut will overwrite its current settings. Before you use a special shortcut, consider exporting the current iStripper settings.

6.5. Done

The import process has been completed. You'll see a message like in the picture below:

If iStripper was running while importing the settings, you must close it and restart it. Only then will iStripper be able to read the new settings.

Return to the main menu by pressing the [B] (Back) key or close manager by pressing the [Q] (Quit) key. As always, confirm the selection with the [Enter] key.





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