For years I've had EvolutionX as an app on my UnleashX dash but apart from the eeprom backup
facility I've barely touched it. Recently I thought I'd give it more of a go try out some skins and
specifically to get the non-functional MS dash menu option working.
Long story cut short is that after downloading a fresh copy of EvoX from the usual place I have
discovered that both the EvoX dashes that I installed from my original SID and much more recent AID
packages both have strangely limited/edited evox.ini files.
The problem is simply the fact that the both .inis are missing things like the MS dash command/path
and similarly the bios flash option. I'd always wondered what people were talking about when they were
refering to this and how to use it. Belatedly now I understand that it could have easily been fixed/enabled
with a bit of simple .ini editing.
Anyway here's the crux of the matter: whilst missing what I'd say was more important stuff the original
.inis both have hundreds of bios ID listings. The newly downloaded .ini has a mere handful. Now although
the chances of these things being of any use to me is almost zero I'm still loathe to loose all that info
when I replace the old .inis with the fully functional new .ini.
Is there any reason that I can't just FTP the old .inis to my laptop and use Notepad or some other text editor
to cut and paste all those bios ID listing into the new .ini?