From: in New England now
OK Guys. Here's the nice 'glitch' that the omniscient powers at Microsoft created for all you Windows 7 users.
In the end, though, I did get WitPTracker to work.
I did all that n01487477 said to do to install WitPTracker correctly on my computer. I indicated the save file path as the standard WitP AE SAVE folder.
Lo and behold when I ran the program, WitPTracker said it couldn't find the file. What
So I went looking in the folder and, well, none of my last 15 save files where there (I save every day individually in its own slot and then copy the pile when I have no slots left to a subfolder. Call me nuts! )
So where the heck were the files As I said, WitP AE was showing the standard path when I was on the Save screen....
So I do a 'search' for the file I wanted to load in File Manager (or whatever they're calling it these days. Hey, I started using PC's with DOS 1.1 and their no faster now )
I finally find my file (#31) in some folder called C:\Users\Papa\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Program Files (x86)\WitPAE1\SAVE..... Huh?
I can't even see this folder "AppData" in my Users folder... OK so show me all the hidden folders (which I do through the Control Panel) and VOILA, yes there's this crazy folder with this crazy path with my saves in a folder I didn't know even existed! Who was the 'bright light bulb' at Microsoft that came up with this idea?
Well, needless to say all I then had to do was copy the save file to the WitPTracker folder (in the WitP AE program folder).
WitPTracker works fine (Thank you, n01487477 et al. ). But boy does Microsoft need a shake for making this all unduly complicated...
So much WitP and so little time to play.... :-(