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Thanks, I now think I understand why no one has added DivX Player to winapp2.ini. After searching the registry and my personal settings looking for the place where the DivX Player MRU list is stored I accidently discovered it is contained in some kind of binary.dbf file in the DivX directory in Program Files along with the User preference data. ARRRGH! I can of course delete it with the Options|Custom|Add file feature, but I'll loose all my preferences :(

 

If I missed something, please set me straight.

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