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Model Editor Settings

The Model Editor saves its settings between runs (the currently focused node, search pane configuration and so on). This topic lists the settings storages used by the Model Editor in different circumstances.

How the Model Editor was Invoked Settings Storage
From a Windows Forms XAF application, via the EditModel Action. The Model.User.xafml file under the hidden ModelEditorSettings node.
As a standalone utility. The system registry HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Developer Express\eXpressApp Framework\Model Editor key.
As a Visual Studio designer. The solution user options (SUO) file.

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