In the previous beta releases, there was an installer that setup the program. 
In my classroom lab, I just replaced the tn5250j.jar file with the new one, and 
it worked with no problem.

Just had a new install and just ran the program directly in the users directory.

java -jar tn5250j.jar

and it created two files that started with 
D:\\Documents and Settings\\.....

Later I copied the contents on another machines .tn5250j directory, and 
deleted the files and retried it, but it again created the files. 

Running the program from a directory where the user didn't have write 
permissions results in it using the .tn5250j settings.

  Michael D. Setzer II -  Computer Science Instructor      
  Guam Community College  Computer Center                                
  Guam - Where America's Day Begins                        
  G4L Disk Imaging Project maintainer
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Processing time:  32 years, 290 days, 12 hours, 58 minutes
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