quick question...do you guys know how to clean-up/ remove the recent projects from the start menu?
Thanks for your help!
Currently, there is no UI in application, which allows to reset user settings to defaults. This is something that our application framework team is considering for future release.
Here is a workaround to achieve this:
Browse to the following location on your machine
- Inside that folder, you will find a folder named similar to this:
There should be subfolder folder there called:
There will you find file: user.config
Once you delete this file, application will re-create it upon next start. List of recent project should now be empty.
It works! thanks!
This is a good workaround, but there should certainly be a simple button in the UI that accomplishes the same thing.
A 'clear recent projects', or a right click to remove selected projects would be very useful.
Agree! to have this feature implemented check out the following link and vote for this idea:
ArcGIS Idea - ArcGIS Pro: clear recently opened projects
I am using version 2.1.2 and if I delete a project, ArcPro tells me that the project cannot be found and then asks if I want to remove the project from the recent projects list. Not sure if a prompt like this was available back in version 1.x.
Maybe in the config file user.config that is alluded to in this post a time stamp could be added for the save date of the aprx. Then with this information you could write a startup script that could remove the reference to any aprx with a save date greater than some time frame so the list of projects does not include projects you have not worked on in awhile.
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