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Old 07-09-2019, 10:03 AM   #5
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Looks like the .config/REAPER/reaper.ini file is getting used no matter where a REAPER folder is located or which copy you run. I renamed my .config/REAPER folder and then launched REAPER. I watched it instantly create a new .config/REAPER folder.

I didn't try messing with it any further, but possibly having multiple .config/REAPER folders that you manually switch in and out could achieve REAPER with multiple configurations.
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