Please do. In fact all the contributors have done a great job.
I come to Audacity as a n00B of only a couple of weeks, as a live sound engineer of decades, and understaing spectral analyisis and waveform manipulation (from the days of analog synths) returning to recording from the days of magnetic tape…
… and the features and flexibility Audacity provides are a huge happy surprise. And it’s an open source project. The developers and contributors should feel proud of their efforts. I’m certainly impressed, and grateful.
And grateful for the help from forum contributors as well to solve problems so we can “keep on keeping on”.
(that “cfg” file … ah ha! Mystery managed… cheers)
Because I swap around my configurations a lot while QA testing I make that problem a little easier by keeping a shortcut to the folder that contains the audacity.cfg and other config stuff on my desktop.
I also keep a stored copy of my production audacity.cfg on the desktop so I can easily restore it just by dragging a copy in the configuration folder.