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3.3 install kills custom setting, materials and preferences

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This is all on MacOS.

 

Was running 3.2 and I had some custom materials and customized printer.    Then I install 3.3 and all the old setting are gone.    

 

I think the problem is the user settings are stored inside the *.app bundle because I go to Time Machine and restore the old 3.2 *.app bundle and all my settings are back.     I have yet to look into this and perhaps there is a way to have user settings stored in the normal place (applications support)  Or perhaps there is a way to specify a location.

 

How does one upgrade to 3.3 while preserving customize materials, profiles and printers?

 

In the mean time 3.2 works well and I can use that.

 

 

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