Hi, It seems upstream wants that you can save multiple configurations. What do you think about this idea (based in yours)?:
1.- If you save the settings, the default file would be ~/.gpsprune/.pruneconfig. 2.- If ~/.gpsprune/.pruneconfig exists, it would be the default configuration. 3.- If ~/.gpsprune/.pruneconfig doesn't exist, gpsprune would find a .pruneconfig file in the current folder (as it is doing now). 4.- Altough the default file to save configuration files would be ~/.gpsprune/.pruneconfig, you have the choice to save the settings file in another place with another name. 5.- If you don't want the default settings, you can load another configuration if you want, through a new "Load settings" item in "Settings menu". If you like this idea, I can forward it to upstream. If you don't like, please tell me if it can be improved. Thanks for your collaboration!
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