(2014-04-03 17:50)robweber Wrote: Just had a chance to look over the USB Wizard plugin. It appears that instead of restoring the guisettings.xml file it is just adding the missing skin settings by reading them from the old file and then using Skin.Set() to add them to the one running on the box. This is a very interesting way of updating the file.
The upside is that yes, you will get all of your skin related settings back. The downside is that any non-skin related settings like audio settings, video settings, services, timezone, location etc that are also stored in the guisettings.xml file are going to be missing. If there was a way to also insert these into the guisettings file then doing a "transfer" of settings instead of a replace might be a viable option.
It's interesting you say that as that's what the dev told me but all my settings are restoring. Like having audio as analog instead of hdmi, video calibration,