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  1. That is already taken into consideration. Simply omit the "Default" keyword.
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    Bit Zipper

    Where should Bit Zipper show up? Under what category ?
  3. You can do that with VBScript and run it from Ccleaner like this: ' add a scriptkeyX entry to the SnagIt cleaner code '[snagIt 10...] 'Detect=HKCU\Software\TechSmith\SnagIt\10 'ScriptKey1=SNAGIT.VBS ' ' save the folowing code as SNAGIT.VBS ' ccleaner has already checked that SnagIt 10 is installed SET sh=CreateObject("WScript.Shell") sh.RegWrite "HKCU\Software\TechSmith\SnagIt\10\CaptureCount", 0, "REG_DWORD" SET sh=Nothing
  4. I too want to thank you for maintaining winapp2.ini. I was about to suggest Several sections including the OpenOffice 3.2 section be removed from winapp2.ini when I saw the above post. The OO 3 section in winapp2.ini actually won't work because the path is incorrect. And it goes after the wrong file, anyway. OO 3 cleaning has been discussed elswhere on the forum. I believe deleting custom.xcu gives people problems in OO 3. So you may want to review the "OpenOffice 3" section in winapp.ini before adding support for OpenOffice 3.3 in winapp2.ini. Anyway, Here are a few winapp2
  5. It appears to be due to a change in the detection rules for Adobe Reader 8.0 & Adobe Acrobat 8.0 where the AVGeneral subkey is removed. <! = old version !> = ccleaner version 3.03 [Adobe Reader 8.0] <! Detect=HKCU\Software\Adobe\Acrobat Reader\8.0\AVGeneral !> Detect=HKCU\Software\Adobe\Acrobat Reader\8.0 [Adobe Acrobat 8.0] <! Detect=HKCU\Software\Adobe\Adobe Acrobat\8.0\AVGeneral !> Detect=HKCU\Software\Adobe\Adobe Acrobat\8.0 If I'm correct you do not have this registry key ending in AVGeneral. HKCU\Software\Adobe\Adobe Acrobat\8.0\AVGeneral
  6. It shows up for me as well. It appears to be a typo in the winapp.ini. [MS Search Helper Extension] ... Detection=%ProgramFiles%\Microsoft\Search Enhancement Pack\Search Helper ... That should be Detect= not Detection=.
  7. It's not intuitive but you can do what you want through the ui. Add the folder. Click "file types". (The OK button is still disabled.) Enter just a dot . in the edit box. (The OK button is enabled.) Click OK. Your entry will be saved like this. PATH|C:\WINDOWS\Temp\|6035AFDD-C55A-4C97-A6F1-3BD03CFA2A60-Sigs Not the same as your code above, though. Note the placement of the pipe. Again, it's not intuitive.
  8. That would be %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Desktop OR %PUBLIC%\Desktop. This MSDN article may be helpful. %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Desktop should work on all windows.
  9. You perhaps haven't looked lately, unicows.dll v1.1.3790 comes standard with all ccleaner installs. The best advise for any win9x, if that exact version isn't present in the system directory make it so Mr. Don. No registration needed, your customers will not complain. For usb support in win9x there are several answers. But NUSB 3.3 is a very mature & stable package that also adds USB2.0 support. I use it when needed. Available at MDGX.com http://www.mdgx.com/web.htm#NUS The main thread is available on MSFN.ORG http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/43605-maximus-decim-native-usb-
  10. Nice work Winapp2.ini. This just jumped out to me, though. [*CleanMyPC Registry Cleaner (Backups)] LangSecRef=3024 DectectFile=%ProgramFiles%\CleanMyPC\Registry Cleaner\rcleaner.exe DetectFile=%ProgramFiles(x86)%\CleanMyPC\Registry Cleaner\rcleaner.exe Default=True FileKey1=%ProgramFiles%\CleanMyPC\Registry Cleaner\UndoCenter|*.* FileKey2=%ProgramFiles(x86)%\CleanMyPC\Registry Cleaner\rcleaner.exe FileKey2 will not give the desired result I think. FileKey2=%ProgramFiles(x86)%\CleanMyPC\Registry Cleaner\rcleaner.exe
  11. I don't want to run you folks off the road here, but as you say at the top, the files you'ld like to keep are link files located in the recent files directory. You obviously can see hidden files because you can navigate to your recent files directory and see desktop.ini. So here's the deal. Windows has super hidden file extensions; .lnk is 1 of those. As you know the recent files collection are just links to the real files. (You intimate that understanding in the top post.) On disk they have the ".lnk" file extension. ".lnk" is not visible because it is super hidden. (Th
  12. You are right on metalj. The same name is an issue. The saved settings for SRWare Iron look like this.. (App)Cache=True (App)Cookies=True (App)Internet History=True (App)Current Session=True (App)Last Session=True (App)Form Data=True And if the Comodo Dragon & Chromium cleaners are added to winapp2.ini they will overwrite each other because the headings (Cache,Cookies,etc..) are the same. CCleaner has a built in solution. The "Langref" keyword. As used in the product Langref points to internal strings by number, but CCleaner also accepts a literal string such as: Lang
  13. According to this post - scroll down to "CCleaner v2.29" http://www.piriform.com/blog/ccleaner ... Multiple File Types in one Include/Exclude entry Prior to CCleaner v2.29, if you wanted to specify file types in CCleaner's INI file using Include or Exclude, you had to specify each file type on a separate line. This had the effect of slowing CCleaner down, since it had to run multiple scans. With v2.29, you can now specify multiple file types within a single Include or Exclude line. Here's the syntax: IncludeX=TYPE|Path|extension[;extension][|RECURSE] ... This works in winapp2.ini as
  14. Try this. Just drag and drop the folder into CCleaner. Answer yes to the dialog. Edit your new entry to confirm the choices are as you wish. Since you have located the folder..no reason to copy to the clipboard..just drop it into the include box.
  15. CCleaner hasn't had any direct support for Office 2000. I use these in my winapp2.ini. [*Office 2000] LangSecRef=3021 Detect=HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Office\9.0\Common Default=True RegKey1=HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Office\9.0\Word\Data|Settings RegKey2=HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Office\9.0\Excel\Recent Files RegKey3=HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Office\9.0\Common\Internet|UseRWHlinkNavigation RegKey4=HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Office\9.0\Common\Open Find\Microsoft Excel RegKey5=HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Office\9.0\Common\Open Find\Microsoft Publisher RegKey6=HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Office\9.0\Common\
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