Originally Posted by leechdemon
Or is this making C:/myproject/autoback, and then everything else just lives in a pile inside of C:/myproject, rather than individual folders?
That's what it's doing. I like to put the autoback files into a sub-directory and not just the root of the project. Actually the autoback line should be this, in order to make it project relative:
pathConfig.SetDir #autoback "./autoback"
But it'll work either way.
I'm not sure what you mean by "pick up a project, and hit the Reset Project Folder"... If by that you mean customize the script for each computer and run it, then yes, that's all you need to do.
I imagine you can save a few .ms files in Dropbox, and just run the appropriate setup tool: