Warning! Some tips requires you to edit the Windows Registry.
You should always be carefull when you do this and make sure you have a copy
before doing so.
The publisher of Source Edit will not take any responsibility for any damages
these tips might cause to your system.
Change the start up directory of Source Edit
If you want to change the default start-up directory of Source Edit you'll need to change the Start In option of the shortcut you use to launch Source Edit with. Simply right-click the shortcut and pick Properties in the context menu. Now change the Start In option on the Properties tab.
Source Edit will use that setting as the default directory when you launch it from that shortcut. However if you launch Source Edit from a file using Windows Explorer Source Edit will use the path of that file as the current working directory.