I was editing startup flags trying (once again) to get the Cream library to run on Windows 7 and accidentally added a quotation mark.
Because of this I am getting the dastardly error message posted below and I can not longer enter the startup area of the preferences to delete or edit this!
I have reinstalled Pd but that did not help (as startup flags are carried forward from the old installation)
I have also tried the "Forget" option in preferences but that charmingly reports that there is "nothing to forget"
I think what I need to do is trash the preferences file, but I cannot figure out where it is. On mac it is called Plist. Is anyone familiar with where I find this on Windows 7? Following the recommendation on the Pd website, I have looked in the registry using REGEDIT or whatever it is called but only see reference to Pd-Extended (I also have extended on this machine but that should not effect this I do not think). I think that is probably old info up there.!
I am attaching a sad screenshot so you can see the error: