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  1. So what's the thinking behind such a change without giving the user the option to change the default? It always ticks me off when developers do that for no apparent reason. Advanced report is superior to all other views, so it makes no sense to not have an option to make that the default. Duh..
  2. Each FF or WF profile is stored in two locations: Local\Waterfox\Profiles\{profile folder} and Roaming\Waterfox\Profiles\{profile folder}. In general you should see the same exact folder names under both locations. The Local path contains the browser cache, while the Roaming path contains configuration files, extensions, cookies, etc. In your case, you have only one folder 'ndzlb29q.default' in both locations,which refers to your one and only profile called 'ndzlb29q.default'. So your .ini file should have these two lines CustomLocation1=FIREFOX|C:\Users\{USER NAME}\AppData\L
  3. Oh I tried ending the path at \profile many times, but it wouldn't work for Waterfox, and CC wouldn't detect the data in the profile folders. Only when I include the specific profile name in the path, CC sees the data. So if you have multiple profiles, you'll have to add the two lines for each profile. If anyone can figure out how to clean all Waterfox profiles with a single set of custom lines, please share.
  4. Just because it's based on FF doesn't mean CC can detect it. Waterfox has different profile paths which CC doesn't 'know'. I posted a solution here: https://forum.piriform.com/index.php?showtopic=49017
  5. Hello, I finally managed to get CC to clean Waterfox cache, and I thought I would share my solution with other WF users. And no, CC does not clean Waterfox cache by default, even though WF is based on FF. That used to be true, when WF shared the same profile folder as FF, but not anymore. FF and WF have the same profile structure, so I followed the guide below (method 1), with some minor modifications : http://www.piriform.com/docs/ccleaner/advanced-usage/ccleaner-ini-files/how-to-clean-user-data-from-non-standard-mozilla-browsers On Windows 7 (and 10 I think) each
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