Imprudence stores your settings (i.e. preferences) in a certain XML file on your computer.
You can restore all your settings to their default setting by deleting that file. If you are careful about it, you can edit the file with a text editor to modify your settings manually. (Close Imprudence before you start editing, though, or your changes will be overwritten the next time Imprudence quits.) Note: You can also modify all settings from the Advanced > Debug Settings window while Imprudence is running; this is much safer than editing the file yourself.
The location of the settings file varies depending on your operating system. The default location for each operating system is listed below. In all examples,
<username> means your computer login name (not your SL name).
- Windows XP:
C:\Documents and Settings\<username>\Application Data\Imprudence\user_settings\settings_imprudence.xml
- Windows Vista & Windows 7: