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  1. A-HA! I must have looked at that tab a hundred times without noticing it. Worked. But a bit tedious. The way I did it was to "Open Containing Folder" of the file, create a shortcut to the actual file and copy its "Target" from properties into the "Add File" command in CCleaner. THANKS!
  2. Is it possible to protect a file from cleaning? There are two small flash based games I play that save their progress in an .sol file under flashplayer. I am able to locate them under the Detailed Results option after analysis. Is there any way to choose "Do Not Delete This File" and perhaps remember that setting? Thanks
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