May 2, 2011 at 11:19 AM
Edited May 2, 2011 at 11:19 AM
The command line is /config:xxx where xxx is the full path name to the terminals config and (as I understand it), this does not affect any other files that terminals create (such as history.xml, log files etc)
However, a word of warning about syncing with multiple clients or even sharing with multiple clients
If you are running terminals and something outside updates your config file, then you will not be able to save any changes to this file.
(This is because terminals uses the standard Windows System.Configuration class in the dotnet framework which states : '
If the configuration file has changed since this Configuration object was created, a run-time error occurs.'
Also, terminals seems to update this file when loading which means that anyone who already had terminals open will not be able to save their changes.