On this note - I think a complete export of ALL settings (for use in a re-install situation for example) needs to be a priority. Any suggestions of having to go out into %APPDATA% or any other hidden folder on a typical Windows install to copy “entire” directories etc - is pointless as this is almost always a recipe for failure.
The day comes for everyone in here at some point where a new machine is procured and a fresh install of WL is part of the equation. To be able to set up the program via the installer and then have an Import->Settings command - where WL picks up (or asks about) ALL settings from the previous install would be ideal.
This app has so many tentacles and non-standard conventions that being able to quickly restore a new install to a working state would really help shield the less technical users from the hassles of getting a working install.
I consider myself to be super technical and I still can not replicate an old install to a new one without having to tweak 20 or 30 things for a week after install.