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Thread: On Linux, where are a game's .json files located?

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    On Linux, where are a game's .json files located?

    They're not stored in my Documents folder because TTS is running under a Windows emulator (Proton).

    The reason I ask is that I've created a custom tile and I need to set it to a specific size, and apparently the only way to do that is by editing the .json file for the tile directly. Is this correct?

    Also, while I have your attention, is there any way to remove the brown border around a custom board?

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    I got the answer on the Steam forum: ~/.local/share/Tabletop Simulator/Saves

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