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Publii cannot find your sites folder

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    Avatar photomasonbee

    Debian 11 (but applies to general Linux)

    Publii version 41.1

    I have caused this my self by changing the username of my account and then importing the old accounts data over. Unfortunately this means when Publii starts it is looking at a file somewhere that says the sites folder is at /home/oldusername/sitesfolder so it is crashing.

    Can anyone tell me what the path is to the file I need to change though?

    I would have thought it would be in Preferences under ~/.config/Publii or maybe under Local Storage but neither of those have anything useful and if I delete them and start publii I get the same error leading me to believe it must be elsewhere. Any ideas?

    Avatar photoBob

    Find it here: ‎⁨Documents ▸ ⁨Publii⁩ ▸ ⁨config ▸ app-config.json 

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