Tell MOSS to store files not on Desktop

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  • #3260

    Cr4ck3n
    Participant

    Hello,

    is there a way to tell MOSS to not save the screenshots and the MOSS log files on the Desktop on the main partition? When I have MOSS open and running while playing, every 120 seconds it causes Rainbow Six Siege, which is on the same drive, to have short stutter, no FPS drop, just heavy stutters. So any way to make it store the files somewhere else on a different drive?

    Cheers in advance,
    Cr4ck3n

    #3261

    nohope
    Keymaster

    right now , no way.
    Why would you do that ?

    #3263

    Cr4ck3n
    Participant

    Why would I do that? I just mentioned the reason. I have a M.2 SSD and have MOSS on C:\ by default because I cannot change it, and my game is also installed on C:\ on the very same drive. And everytime MOSS takes a screenshot, I have a stutters ingame.

    That is the reason…

    #3266

    nohope
    Keymaster

    I will add a reg key to undirect the folder , but I doubt it changes anything. Disk activity is almost 0 on a ssd

    #3267

    nohope
    Keymaster

    seing your logs , you should investigate in having TrustedInstaller.exe and cmd.exe processes running while playing

    #3268

    Cr4ck3n
    Participant

    Thank you for adding that, and which logs did you check, because I have not uploaded any logs for this thread ­čÖé

    I have the issue with the stutters (feels like heavy FPS drop for a second) only when MOSS is running and every 2 minutes when it takes a screenshot

    #3269

    nohope
    Keymaster

    you are an ESL player and posted log there. anyway I will add a key let me know if it changes anything

    #3270

    Cr4ck3n
    Participant

    I remember why I had those running. I installed ESL Wire shortly before and had an issue with connection, which is why I had cmd open. Simply forgot to close it

    #3275

    nohope
    Keymaster

    reg key will be HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Nohope92\Moss
    for value reg_sz PATH to a valid path

    available in next update

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