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Hello there

 

I just found this forum and read some about the embedded ini-files and downloaded them. Taking a look at them, it seems, that only the paths are written into it, where the program usually installs itself. But I am one of the people installing the program not only on another partition but also into another folderstructure. So for example the Driver Cleaner Pro is to be found at D:\programme\driver\Driver Cleaner Pro for me and not %program files%\Driver Cleaner Pro

 

Does this changes the possibility of CCleaner to clean certain programs? Driver Cleaner Pro isn't in the list of applications in CCleaner

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There's no way of the devs knowing all the place you (and other might install something) thus winapp2.ini

 

Copy the info from winapp (embedded ini that your talking about) to winapp2 and then change the locations to match yours

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There's no way of the devs knowing all the place you (and other might install something) thus winapp2.ini

 

Copy the info from winapp (embedded ini that your talking about) to winapp2 and then change the locations to match yours

 

 

I dont really under stand what the OP question is but any decent app can detect it's dir regardles wher eit is. so yes they should know hwere its installed

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A while back I made a request for CC to check for registry paths for more popular applications. Until (if) then, I maintain and edit my own ini files.

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hmm ok then i have to write my own winapp2.ini

 

but could someone tell me how i can delete subfolders as well with an entry? |*.* only deletes all files within the folder i written to, but not subfolders and the files in there

 

Edit: ok i found it i guess. should be a |RECURSE after the *.*

 

thanks

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