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Config file location

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Config file location


I cannot find config file. Checked "C:\Users\{USER}\AppData\Local\Autodesk\webdeploy\production\22651d53e422c0183a6147899471ab1dca9a3f80\Applications\Electron" and nothing.

Windows 10.

Message 2 of 8
in reply to: silvio3105

Hi @silvio3105 ,


Did you try just doing a system search for eaglerc? Make sure it includes hidden files and folders. 

This file is purposefully deep in the system because it's not meant to be edited directly, that's why it can be hard to find.


Best Regards,

Jorge Garcia
​Product Support Specialist for Fusion 360 and EAGLE

Kudos are much appreciated if the information I have shared is helpful to you and/or others.

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Message 3 of 8
in reply to: jorge_garcia2

Isn't it about time you move the rc stuff to the Preferences page?
It's 2022, not 1993.

Message 4 of 8
in reply to: jorge_garcia2

I found only config file from EAGLE 9.6.2 that I've used before switching to Fusion
Message 5 of 8
in reply to: silvio3105

Hi @silvio3105 

I hope you are doing well!

There is one way that you can find the config file path.

In the text command, you can type 'pcb.path' and then press Enter.

You can find what you want.

PCB path.PNG

Hope it can do some help.



Panpan Fan

Message 6 of 8
in reply to: panpan_fan

Thank you, @panpan_fan 

Wow, this is SO modern and professional. Definitely extraordinary!
Very suitable for a user friendly, commercial program in 2022.

Message 7 of 8
in reply to: jesper8W75R

Can you please jump out of topics when you don't have anything useful to say? Thanks.
Message 8 of 8
in reply to: panpan_fan

I'm not sure where I have to type pcb.path.


EDIT: Found it. Thanks.

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