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Sleepyhead: forgotten passsword.... any idea how to find it/change it?
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Sleepyhead: forgotten passsword.... any idea how to find it/change it?
After 3 unsuccessful tries, it just boots me out.
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RE: Sleepyhead: forgotten passsword.... any idea how to find it/change it?
Is there really any reason you should hide or lock away this data from anybody, much less yourself?

Create a new profile, and this time don't set a password.
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RE: Sleepyhead: forgotten passsword.... any idea how to find it/change it?
You will need to edit the Profile.xml in [YourDocumentsFolder]/SleepyHeadData/Profiles/[YourProfile]/Profile.xml. If using a Windows PC, then Wordpad is a good choice.

Change the password line to look like this: <Password type="QString"></Password>

Warning: Be careful to keep the XML structure intact or your profile won't load.
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RE: Sleepyhead: forgotten passsword.... any idea how to find it/change it?
well that's pretty brilliant - tx.  basically i have so few brain cells on board i can hardly think...
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RE: Sleepyhead: forgotten passsword.... any idea how to find it/change it?
Apologies for resurrecting this Thread. 

I have just installed ResScan 6.0, I had removed an older version quite a few months ago and was using SleepyHead-1.0.0-beta-2-Snapshot-Win32-OpenGL-20160422 whenever I wanted to look at something, which was rarely.
My problem is that when I try to log into the new ReScan 6.0 it asks me for my Username & Password, I have no idea what my password was. Oops
I have tried the above fix in this Thread but nothing works for me.

Can somebody help an old codger out please.
My OS is Win 7 Ultimate, NOD32 v12.0.31.0 AntiVirus and Malwarebytes v3.6.1.2711 and Office 2007.
Pedro
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RE: Sleepyhead: forgotten passsword.... any idea how to find it/change it?
The password requirement is the difference between ResScan 5.9 and 6.0.  If you have a Microsoft account, then you use your username and password from that account.  
Here is a link to how to find this information:
http://www.apneaboard.com/forums/Thread-...#pid264444

I would recommend that you install ResScan 5.9 and avoid the hassle.  The link to download version 5.9 is in the email containing the 6.0 link.
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RE: Sleepyhead: forgotten passsword.... any idea how to find it/change it?
(12-17-2018, 07:49 PM)Crimson Nape Wrote: The password requirement is the difference between ResScan 5.9 and 6.0.  If you have a Microsoft account, then you use your username and password from that account.  
Here is a link to how to find this information:
http://www.apneaboard.com/forums/Thread-...#pid264444

I would recommend that you install ResScan 5.9 and avoid the hassle.  The link to download version 5.9 is in the email containing the 6.0 link.

Damn!

I should remember to read emails from start to finish instead of just plucking out the part/s I "think" I need.

Thanks  Crimson Nape.
Pedro
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RE: Sleepyhead: forgotten passsword.... any idea how to find it/change it?
(03-27-2018, 02:59 PM)Crimson Nape Wrote: You will need to edit the Profile.xml in [YourDocumentsFolder]/SleepyHeadData/Profiles/[YourProfile]/Profile.xml.  If using a Windows PC, then Wordpad is a good choice.

Change the password line to look like this: <Password type="QString"></Password>

Warning: Be careful to keep the XML structure intact or your profile won't load.

Thanks!  
I didn't forget my password... just made it too complicated and sometimes made errors.  

Didn't realize you weren't obligated to use one.

I just did as you suggested using BBEdit on a Mac to edit the Profile.xml file and it worked perfectly!
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