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    Default Best way to back up addons

    So I've reinstalled Rift numerous times and with each reinstall, I've had to redo all of my addons. It's kind of frustrating, really. Well I'm going to install Rift on a new computer tomorrow so I want to know the best way to back up my addons so I won't have to redo them every time. I figured tomorrow will be the best time to try it out because I'll have both computers. Thanks!
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    I backup my entire 'Interface' folder - that way I get all my installed addons and all the saved data from them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adelea View Post
    I backup my entire 'Interface' folder - that way I get all my installed addons and all the saved data from them.
    Alright I'll try that. Previously I had only tried backing up the addons folder, but looking at the file setup now, I see that's mainly just the addon files and not configs.
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    Dropbox although you'd have to do a little workaround.

    You can either sync your entire folder for Rift:

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    \Documents\RIFT
    or you can just backup the \Interface\ folder.

    Alternatively, there's Google Drive and a plethora of other services!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riane View Post
    Dropbox although you'd have to do a little workaround.

    You can either sync your entire folder for Rift:

    Code:
    \Documents\RIFT
    or you can just backup the \Interface\ folder.

    Alternatively, there's Google Drive and a plethora of other services!

    Oh yeah didn't even think about that. I'm so used to having literally nothing on this OS/ssd so I never have anything running.
    Quote Originally Posted by TrionBrasse
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