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  1. Winapp2.ini additions

    Great job on the changelog. Thanks! One correction though: "Explorer MRUs * has been modified." should be changed to "Explorer MRUs * was removed." See APMichael's pull request, https://github.com/MoscaDotTo/Winapp2/pull/166
  2. Winapp2.ini additions

    Like [Windows ShellBags *], [Window Size/Location Cache] may be an entry users may NOT wish to enable. I know this is true for me. So, keeping [Window Size/Location Cache] as a separate entry from [Other Explorer MRUs] entry, as is the case currently in winsys.ini, would be preferable for these users.
  3. Winapp2.ini additions

    Missed one. https://forum.piriform.com/topic/32310-winapp2ini-additions/?do=findComment&comment=291884
  4. Winapp2.ini additions

    Can break Windows 8+, not 7, correct?
  5. Winapp2.ini additions

    Just a very minor typo in comment on line 652: ; Thunderbird entires. --> ; Thunderbird entries. Thanks!
  6. Winapp2.ini additions

    Your "NEW" [skype Messages*] entry is actually modification of existing [skype ChatSync*] entry below. [skype ChatSync*] LangSecRef=3022 Detect=HKCU\Software\Skype Default=False FileKey1=%AppData%\Skype\*\chatsync|*.*|RECURSE IMHO [skype Messages*] is clearer name for this entry. However, because of bad experience for me personally (and many others as I recall) when clearing of Skype "chatsync"/message history was first added as part of [skype More*] entry in 2011 version of Winapp2.ini, I would highly recommend that this replacement entry for [skype ChatSync*] be modified as follows to also include a warning. Further modified NEW [skype Messages*] entry to replace existing [skype ChatSync*] entry: [skype Messages*] LangSecRef=3022 Detect=HKCU\Software\Skype Default=False Warning=This will delete your chat message history! FileKey1=%AppData%\Skype|offline-storage.data;dc.db|RECURSE FileKey2=%AppData%\Skype\*\chatsync|*.*|RECURSE
  7. Firefox startup entries.

    Like DazzyBox, on my PC running Windows XP SP3, I too have noticed that CCleaner's (CC) (v4.08.4428) Tools->Startup->Firefox tab is showing only data for plugins and data for extensions is missing for Firefox (FF) 26 and later (after just upgrading to FF 27.0b2 yesterday). Under FF 25.0.1, CC's Tools->Startup->Firefox tab was in complete agreement with FF's Tools->Add-ons ("about:addons"), showing 4 extensions (3 enabled, 1 disabled) and 17 plugins (15 enabled, 2 disabled). After removing FF 25.0.1 including profile data, doing a clean install of FF 26.0 including reinstallation of all extensions and plugins, with NO changes in extensions/plugins from FF 25.0.1, FF's "about:addons" information stayed exactly the same, however CC's Startup->Firefox tab information was no longer in agreement. The tab's plugin information for the 17 plugins was in total agreement with FF. However, the tab had NO extension information for the 4 installed extensions. After doing a little searching at bugzilla.mozilla.org, I discovered that FF's installed extension information migrated from FF profile file "extensions.sqlite" to "extensions.json" in FF 26 by the following bug/feature requests. Likewise, FF's installed theme information (which appears under the "Appearance" tab of "about:addons") migrated from profile file "addons.sqlite" to "addons.json". http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=853388 http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=853389 So, if FF 26 was installed as an upgrade to FF 25, the obsolete "extensions.sqlite" profile file will still be there and CC's Tools->Startup->Firefox tab will show FF 25 (rather than FF 26) extension information from this file. However, if FF 26 was installed as a clean install, with FF 25 and profile data removed beforehand, as DazzyBox and I had done, then extension data will be completely missing from CC's Tools->Startup->Firefox tab. You can easily reproduce this problem, on a machine that merely upgraded from FF 25 to FF 26, by simply removing or renaming "extensions.sqlite" in the profile folder. So, both I and DazzyBox would appreciate it very much if you would modify CC to look for installed extension information in profile file "extensions.json", rather than "extensions.sqlite", for FF 26 and later. Thanks in advance!
  8. On my PC running Windows XP SP3, I just upgraded Firefox from 21.0 to 22.0b2 and found discrepancies as listed under CCleaner's (v4.01.4093) Tools->Startup->Firefox tab. Under Firefox 21.0, CCleaner's Tools->Startup->Firefox tab was in complete agreement with Firefox's "about:addons", showing 6 extensions (5 enabled, 1 disabled) and 18 plugins (16 enabled, 2 disabled). After upgrading to Firefox 22.0b2, with NO changes in extensions/plugins, Firefox's "about:addons" information stayed exactly the same, however CCleaner's Startup->Firefox tab information was no longer in agreement. The tab's extension information for the 6 extensions was in total agreement with Firefox. However, the tab's plugin information showed all 18 plugins, but ALL were disabled, rather than 16 enabled and just 2 disabled. I removed Firefox's "pluginreg.dat" file from Firefox's profile directory, forcing Firefox to rebuild it on next invocation. Firefox's "about:addons" remained unchanged after reinvoking Firefox, however CCleaner's Startup->Firefox tab plugin information still showed all 18 plugins as being disabled. It looks like something changed in Firefox 22 to cause these discrepancies and I would appreciate your investigation into this matter and await an update of CCleaner to resolve this problem. Thanks in advance!
  9. Winapp2.ini additions

    On my PC running Windows XP, the above entry, included, I believe, in winapp2.ini v4.00.130412, broke scanning software for my HP printer by removing registered TWAIN Data Stub DLL/Module file C:\WINDOWS\twain_32\hpqgnds2.tmp which has an unfortunate filename extension for a registered file, and forced me to recover file/reinstall scanning software from HP installation CD to get scanning software working again. Please remove this entry for [Twain Temp Files*] from winapp2.ini or add severe warning that this will break HP printer scanning/digital imaging software. Thanks in advance!
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