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Old Mar 28, 2011, 01:20 PM
fredless
 
10 posts · Jun 2009
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How do I keep new 3.6.4 install from importing prior settings?

I'd like to have multiple settings for various Atahualpa installations, to try out different configurations with users.

I've noticed that whenever I install a new version (even though I keep the folders named different), they always inherit the data/attributes. How do I keep them separate and is there a way to upgrade to a new version and specify which of the 3.6.X-1, 3.5.X-2 installations it inherits configurations from?

Similarly, if I install 3.6.4 (or any version) can I do a "RESET" and have it just apply to that theme folder?

Fred
 

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