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 +====== Runtime folder ======
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 +The runtime folder is the place where Doomsday stores all files created at runtime, including saved game states, screenshots and [[doomsday.out|logs]].
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 +===== Version 2.0 or newer =====
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 +^ Platform ^ Location |
 +| Windows | ''​C:​\Users\YourUserName\AppData\Local\Deng Team\Doomsday Engine\runtime\''​ (assuming default user home directory) |
 +| macOS | ''​~/​Library/​Application Support/​Doomsday Engine/​runtime/''​ |
 +| Linux / other Unix | ''​~/​.doomsday/​runtime/''​ |
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 +For more information,​ see the Files section in the Readme:
 +   * [[guide:​2.1:​readme_windows#​files|Runtime files on Windows]]
 +   * [[guide:​2.1:​readme_macos#​files|Runtime files on macOS]]
 +   * [[guide:​2.1:​man:​doomsday#​files|Runtime files on Linux]]
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 +===== Version 1.x =====
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 +The Snowberry front-end application determines the runtime folder when running Doomsday 1.x.
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 +^ Platform^ Location |
 +| Windows 7-8, Vista| ''​C:​\Users\''//''<​user-name>''//''​\Doomsday Frontend\runtime\''​ |
 +| Windows XP| ''​C:​\Program Files\Doomsday\Snowberry\Runtime\''​ |
 +| Mac OS X 10.4-8| ''/​Users/''//''<​user-name>''//''/​Library/​Application Support/​Doomsday Engine/​runtime''​ |
 +| Ubuntu| ''/​home/''//''<​user-name>''//''/​.doomsday''​ |
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 +<​note>​On some platforms this directory may be hidden by default (usually, an option to enable viewing of hidden directories exists in your file manager).</​note>​
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 +===== See also =====
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 +  *  [[Readme]]
 +  *  [[Configuration]]
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