Really, why would I want to cache my exports? And when I search this forum, most/all of the comments talk about how problems are fixed by deleting exportcache, or renaming it to something else to force ON1 to recreate it. Deleting it has never caused a problem for me, though I just noticed that I had inadvertently allowed my current one to grow quite large.
But also, if the exportcache is really necessary, then why do I have to keep it on drive C:? I'm given the option to move the ON1 scratch file location and "PerfectBrowserCache" to other drives under edit/preferences. Why not exportcache?
Perhaps I should add a command to just delete exportcache to my Windows startup or shutdown processing? But then why doesn't ON1 do that for me?
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