I need to restart my application without losing some values the user had set before.
For some reasons I can't write a config file or use the registry.
So maybe one way would be to add the needed parameter to the command line but I don't like this way and have not checked this out.
Maybe it's possible to use an embbeded resX for and just changing the values and after the restart the app can get the changed values?
If this is possible how can I change values and read them from an embedded resX?
Other solutions are welcome ...
hmmm, I did this before in my application, but I was using xml file to store the configuration that has been set by the user, for he example, user A of the software is a french man, so went to settings
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