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Modified entry:

- Added Detect2=HKLM for new Euro Truck Simulator 2

- Added FileKey2 for new Euro Truck Simulator 2

[Euro Truck Simulator Logs*]
Section=Games
Detect1=HKCU\Software\SCS Software
Detect2=HKLM\Software\SCS Software
Default=False
FileKey1=%Documents%\Euro Truck Simulator|*.log
FileKey2=%Documents%\Euro Truck Simulator 2|*.log

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Modified entry:

Added '.bad' files to FileKey1

[uTorrent More*]
LangSecRef=3022
Detect=HKCU\Software\BitTorrent\uTorrent
Default=False
FileKey1=%AppData%\utorrent|*.log;*.dmp;*.bad
FileKey2=%ProgramFiles%\uTorrent|*.tmp

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I was semi-concious of it until recently when I was making an entry and I was like, "there's an entry in winapp.ini that uses semicolons, that'll probably save space"

 

took me a few tries to workout how to recurse (initially I tried ;*.*|RECURSE;*.*2|RECURSE but that did not work) but I figured it out. Ho-ah.

Could you perhaps add an explanation and usage instructions to the "How to make your own entry" in the first post sometime :)

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Maybe you can further reduce file size by getting rid of the blank line separating each entry

Why do you not test your theory on your own system ?

 

After 30 years use of computers I have never seen a functional INI file that failed to place a blank line between entries.

I think it is a standard feature and suspect that some if not all, applications would fail if blank lines were omitted.

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No, ini files in general (and CCleaner's documentation specifically notes this) require a CLRF separating each header's contents from the next header.

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Great addition, thank you so much! Maybe you add other monitoring software to winapp2 such as faronic's deepfreeze, stoneware's lanschool, fortres' clean slate etc etc.? Thank you so much for these great works!

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Please accept my suggestion for Dishonored game. I have found that it creates logs for each launch attempt.

 

 

[Dishonored*]
Section=Games
DetectFile=%Documents%\My Games\Dishonored
Default=False
FileKey1=%Documents%\My Games\Dishonored\DishonoredGame\Logs|*.*

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Modified entry:

Added RegKey1

[ConvertXToDVD 5*]
LangSecRef=3023
Detect=HKCU\Software\VSO\ConvertXtoDVD\5.0
Default=False
FileKey1=%ProgramFiles%\VSO\ConvertX\5|*.txt;*.log;*.rtf
FileKey2=%Documents%\PcSetup|*.log|REMOVESELF
FileKey3=%CommonAppData%\VSO|*.cache
FileKey4=%CommonAppData%\VSO\ConvertXToDVD\5\log|*.log;*.crashlist|REMOVESELF
RegKey1=HKCU\Software\VSO\ConvertXtoDVD\5.0\Gen_MRU_Pathes\Item0

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There was never anything else for Opera. What's missing from Chrome?

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There was never anything else for Opera.

 

What do you mean by 'was never anything else'? Is this some misunderstanding?

 

What's missing from Chrome?

 

Well, better see for yourself. I should've post it from the start, but it's only now I have realized there's a portable version on my drive. I have no idea what's going on, cause winapp2 are of the same version, 1.0.121126, as well as CCleaner itself, 3.25.1872

 

Portable vs Installed

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@mancubus

Perhaps you need to totally delete the installed but corrupted CCleaner and then re-install.

 

Your Portable PNG shows the Google Chrome has exactly 6 entries (denoted by trailing '*' stars) due to WinApp2.ini,

and another 8 off entries without starts that are native to CCleaner.exe (i.e. not caused by WinApp2.ini)

 

Your Installed PNG has exactly ALL of the 6 '*' starred entries due to WinApp2,ini,

but native CCleaner.exe is NOT presenting the 8 off non-starred entries.

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Looks as though you've lost all of the standard cleaners. Everything for winapp2.ini is showing up properly.

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Aha... Thank you guys! Probably I know the reason. Let me check.

 

P.S. Yeah. I was smart enough to try to add my own items not being valuable to anyone else. So I tried to create winapp3.ini file - didn't work. winapp1.ini did. And replaced own CCleaner's items, as I understand now.

:-) So, if I want to have my own items listed, but don't want them to be overwritten with each winapp2 update, is there a _right_ way to do it?

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I usually copy paste my own entries from old winapp2.ini into the new one.

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put 5hem at the bottom of winapp2 when you update the file download it to a middlepoint location, paste the entries I to new version

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Shane's application has support for 'custom.ini.' if it's any help

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