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crdx committed Oct 23, 2012
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2. For each setting that should be portable, set the `Provider` property to the `PortableSettingsProvider` class, with a namespace qualifier if required. (By default this would be `crdx.Settings.PortableSettingsProvider`, but feel free to change the namespace and/or class name as you wish.)
-3. Optionally, set the `Roaming` property to `True` for global settings, or `False` for local settings. (See **File format** below for an explanation.) Visual Studio currently defaults this to `False`.
+3. Optionally, set the `Roaming` property to `True` for global settings, or `False` for local settings. (See **Types** below for an explanation.)
-4. Read and write your application settings as you normally would.
+ Visual Studio currently defaults this to `False`.
-## File format
+4. Read and write your application settings as you normally would.
-The application settings are stored in an XML file in the same directory as the application. The filename is the same as the application's executable, with the file extension `settings`.
+## Types
Two types of settings are supported: global (roaming) and local.
### Global (aka "Roaming")
-Global settings are not tied to the current machine and are available to all running instances of the application, regardless of where it's being run from.
-
-Global settings are stored in the `/Settings/GlobalSettings` node.
+Global settings are not tied to the current machine and are available to all running instances of the application, regardless of where it's running from.
### Local
-Local settings are tied to the computer on which the application is running, using the computer name as the unique identifier.
+Local settings are tied to the computer on which the application is running. The computer name is used as the unique identifier.
+
+## File format
+
+The application settings are stored in an XML file in the same directory as the application. The filename is the same as the application's executable, with the file extension `settings`.
+
+Global settings are stored in the `/Settings/GlobalSettings` node.
Local settings are stored in the `/Settings/LocalSettings/[ComputerName]` node.

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