Reggie Troubleshooting

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Like any software, Reggie isn't perfect and is prone to errors. Generally, this can be fixed by resetting all of Reggie's settings. However, the reset procedure differs between Reggie versions: in the newest revisions, simply delete the settings.ini file in Reggie's folder; in older revisions, the steps differ from OS to OS.

 Windows OS X Linux 

Windows

First, open the Registry Editor. You can do this by pressing WIN+R and then typing regedit. After that, go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER/Software/Reggie. Right-click on Milestone 3 Alpha 2 and press Delete to reset Reggie. Alternatively, it is possible to edit the individual settings if the exact cause of the error is known.

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OS X

Go to /User/USERNAME/Library/Preferences/ (where USERNAME is your username), then find the file com.reggie.Reggie Level Editor.plist. Delete it to reset Reggie, or use a .plist editor such as this to edit the individual settings.

Linux

Go to /home/USERNAME/.config/Reggie (where USERNAME is your username), then find the file Milestone 3 Alpha 2.conf. Delete it to reset Reggie, or edit it if the exact cause of the error is known.
First, open the Registry Editor. You can do this by pressing WIN+R and then typing regedit. After that, go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER/Software/Reggie. Right-click on Milestone 3 Alpha 2 and press Delete to reset Reggie. Alternatively, it is possible to edit the individual settings if the exact cause of the error is known. ReggieReset1.png
Go to /User/USERNAME/Library/Preferences/ (where USERNAME is your username), then find the file com.reggie.Reggie Level Editor.plist. Delete it to reset Reggie, or use a .plist editor such as this to edit the individual settings.
Go to /home/USERNAME/.config/Reggie (where USERNAME is your username), then find the file Milestone 3 Alpha 2.conf. Delete it to reset Reggie, or edit it if the exact cause of the error is known.
First, open the Registry Editor. You can do this by pressing WIN+R and then typing regedit. After that, go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER/Software/Reggie. Right-click on Milestone 3 Alpha 2 and press Delete to reset Reggie. Alternatively, it is possible to edit the individual settings if the exact cause of the error is known.

ReggieReset1.png

Go to /User/USERNAME/Library/Preferences/ (where USERNAME is your username), then find the file com.reggie.Reggie Level Editor.plist. Delete it to reset Reggie, or use a .plist editor such as this to edit the individual settings.

Go to /home/USERNAME/.config/Reggie (where USERNAME is your username), then find the file Milestone 3 Alpha 2.conf. Delete it to reset Reggie, or edit it if the exact cause of the error is known.