everytime I open lightburn i have to configure the device settings each time, thats the “find my laser” settings that I am reffering to. Is there a way to make settings default so this doesn’t happen. I find that it also happens if a new user logs into my pc (so not my local account but another user has logged into their account on my pc).
So I work in a school and we received the lightburn software using a rudia 644xs controller I believe. Everytime a new student/user logs onto the computer the devices menu/settings would pop up and the user would have to go through the option of “find my laser”, which would bring up the device discovery wizard and scan for the printer, allowing the user to add device and then setting it up accordingly.
Is there a way to avoid this, a way to allow the computer to save the device settings and therefore saving each students time in setting up the device settings each time lightburn opens.
Yes I am saying I am greeted with the device setup on startup each time a new user logs onto the computer and starts up lightburn. I think forget what I said earlier about it also happens with a new user logging in as this problem only happens with a new user logging onto the computer, For example I have logged onto the computer and have used lightburn and have been greeted by the device setup, after this first time it has never popped up again as it seems to save on my login. However if another user who has never used lightburn before logs onto the computer the device setup will pop up.
Hi, that’s exactly what I am saying thank you!!! I was doing some deep searching on this topic on the net and what it led me to is something similar as to what you’re suggesting. Which involves customising the prefs.ini file found in the user’s local AppData folder. However looking at the prefs.ini file there are lots of words/codes etc in it and I do not know what word/command I am looking for to edit for my device setup problem. The prefs file i can access because of administrative rights and i can just repeat the process on each computer as it is only 3 computers that I am using.
Hi there, what if i have 100s of students accessing these three computers, will this automatically work for each login of the student? As I am guessing the prefs folder will be saved each time on each account that logs onto the computer. Will this sharing of preference information be able to convey across all users?