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  1. Thanks for this work. I've got a few suggestions: (1) The asterisk-syntax is not totally consistent. See these entries: [*FAR Manager 1.7] [*FAR Manager 1.8] [*FAR Manager 2.0] [File Shredder] [HandBrake (Crash Log)] [NVIDIA (Play On My TV)] [NVIDIA (Startup)] Can they all be changed to have an asterisk suffix, so as to be consistent with the rest of the entries? (2) The NVIDIA "Play On My TV" registry keys seem to be a bit off on Windows 7, with the newest NVIDIA ForceWare driver package installed (260.89). This is what it should be, for this system: [NVIDIA (Play On My TV)] ; Removes the NVIDIA "Play On My TV" shell extension for .AVI, .MPG, .MPEG, and .WMV ; video files. The shell extension isn't necessary if you don't output to a TV! LangSecRef=3023 Detect=HKLM\Software\NVIDIA Corporation Default=False RegKey1=HKCR\AVIFile\shellex\ContextMenuHandlers\NvPlayOnMyTV RegKey2=HKCR\mpegfile\shellex\ContextMenuHandlers\NvPlayOnMyTV RegKey3=HKCR\WMVFile\shellex\ContextMenuHandlers\NvPlayOnMyTV RegKey4=HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\AVIFile\shellex\ContextMenuHandlers\NvPlayOnMyTV RegKey5=HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\mpegfile\shellex\ContextMenuHandlers\NvPlayOnMyTV RegKey6=HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\WMVFile\shellex\ContextMenuHandlers\NvPlayOnMyTV The only change is that all instances of "PlayOnMyTV" become "NvPlayOnMyTV". I'm not sure if the former key name is found on other systems with older ForceWare drivers or not, as I have not done further investigation. (3) The Flash 10 entry deletes the settings.sol file, which contains the settings you may have customized using the Flash Player Settings Manager. Even if we want all temp/history files deleted, we probably want to keep this settings.sol file. The offending line is "FileKey1" in: [Flash 10*] LangSecRef=3023 DetectFile=%windir%\system32\Macromed\flash\flashplayer.xpt Default=False FileKey1=%appdata%\macromedia\flash player\macromedia.com\support\flashplayer\sys|*.*|REMOVESELF| FileKey2=%appdata%\macromedia\flash player\#sharedobjects\|*.*|RECURSE|REMOVESELF| since the settings.sol file resides in "%appdata%\macromedia\flash player\macromedia.com\support\flashplayer\sys", and the above line nukes every file therein. A couple years ago, while using an older version of Flash, I noted that every other item in the above directory, besides for settings.sol, began with a "#". I therefore modified my own winapp2.ini to contain the following line: FileKey1=%appdata%\Macromedia\Flash Player\macromedia.com\support\flashplayer\sys|#*|RECURSE Assuming that Flash 10 behaves in the same way (which is likely), then the above line might successfully remove everything from "%appdata%\macromedia\flash player\macromedia.com\support\flashplayer\sys" while leaving settings.sol intact. I will try to experiment with this and confirm that it is true. Alternatively, one can just add "%appdata%\macromedia\flash player\macromedia.com\support\flashplayer\sys\settings.sol" to their Exclude list.
  2. I've been trying to figure out the status of CCleaner's support for Adobe Flash Player, and I'm a bit confused. On this forum, some threads indicate that there is an "Adobe Flash Player" check-box built into CCleaner under the "Multimedia" category on the Applications tab (see here), but I have never seen such an option in any recent version of CCleaner. Other threads indicate that Flash Player support once existed, but may have been removed from CCleaner (see here). Does anyone know what the official word is on this? I sent a message to TwistedMetal a few months ago because I wrote some lines to add to winapp2.ini for custom Flash Player support, but I never received a response. Below are said lines. Can anyone comment on CCleaner's Adobe Flash Player support, and/or the lines below? Thanks. [*Adobe Flash Player]LangSecRef=3023Detect=HKCU\Software\Macromedia\FlashPlayerDefault=TrueFileKey1=%appdata%\Macromedia\Flash Player\#SharedObjects|*.*|RECURSEFileKey2=%appdata%\Macromedia\Flash Player\macromedia.com\support\flashplayer\sys|#*|RECURSE; FileKey2 is written above in such a way as to leave the global settings.sol file intact.; Everything else that can be deleted from this directory begins with a '#'.
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