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[CyberLink PhotoDirector 4*]

LangSecRef=3023

Detect1=HKLM\SOFTWARE\CyberLink\PhotoDirector4

Detect2=HKLM\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\CyberLink\PhotoDirector4

Default=False

FileKey1=%CommonAppData%\CyberLink\Downloader|*.*

FileKey2=%Pictures%\PhotoDirector\4.0\*|*.*|RECURSE

ExcludeKey1=FILE|%Pictures%\PhotoDirector\4.0\*|*.phd

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are %commonappdata% and %pictures% something special that winapp2.ini can handle or are they new system variable I'm not familar with?

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[MAGIX Video Pro X4*]

LangSecRef=3023

Detect=HKCU\Software\MAGIX AG\Videodeluxe18_pro

Default=False

FileKey1=%Documents%\MAGIX\Video_Pro_X4\AudioTemp|*.*|RECURSE

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[captcha brotherhood*]
LangSecRef=3024
DetectFile=%LocalAppData%\Captcha_Brotherhood
Default=False
FileKey1=%LocalAppData%\Captcha_Brotherhood|solver_logFile.txt

PS: No option to add portable programs like Cryptload?

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as portable can be found anywhere and (usually) have no registry keys, it is not possible to create general public cleaning rules for portable programs. As my portable drive is always the same letter on my computer I can run my own portable app cleaning, however my rules wouldn't work for you.

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PortableApps.com software installed in the default location "C:\PortableApps" is what I'd call feasible to make cleaners for. As long as it's on drive C: it can be detected using DetectFile.

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PortableApps installer defaulting to it? I really don't know if they're using some variable to find the OS drive, or if it's just some bog standard assume it's drive C.

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note there's a great difference between "portable programs" and "portableapps" (besides that one of them is a brand name ;) ) Most applications from PortableApps (John Haller) cleanup after themselves after Exit (and keep the data in the application's folder)

as far as PortableApps programs Portable Firefox and Portable Chrome, there is a solution in custom location. As I said, any other portable programs would depend on the user. Yes most portable programs have an installed version, and thus could be converted within a personal winapp2, for PortableApps most already have entries and (until custom location is universal) can be made by a users via ccleaner's export command. Imho inclusion of PA should not happen unless there's no corresponding internal clean

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They're built into ccleaner

 

CommonAppData points to \all users\application data and \program data\

pictures points to my pictures

 

any chance the first post in this thread can be updated to include all the environment variables CCleaner recognises?

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any chance the first post in this thread can be updated to include all the environment variables CCleaner recognises?

 

Sure thing. Give me a minute.

 

I've added a few more of the CCleaner specific ones, I think I've got them all in there now.

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Should that possibly be renamed, since it's also for FileKey?

 

From:

DetectFile paths

 

To:

DetectFile and FileKey paths

 

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Edit:

 

These are missing from it, that is if CCleaner supports them:

%SystemDirectory%

%SystemDirectory32%

%SystemDirectory64%

 

 

%RootDir%

Does this still work? If so it's identical to %HomeDrive% and %SystemDrive%

 

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One question:

 

Is it: %Videos% (plural), or %Video% ?

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