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OK.  So, will CCleaner clean the Firefox stuff while FF is running? 

No it won't, as I've recently stated elsewhere; however that's off topic, so let's bring it back to the OP

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I disagree, I think the question is on topic, and radamantis2707 should know the answer to get the resolution (s)he wants. 

Thats why I asked it.. 

I did not, still maybe do not, understand rad's problem, just experimented a bit and fixed it (here) and posted that. 

 

Now then. Ahem.

 

Radamantis2707, please do post back and say if you got the problem fixed.  :)

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I'd like to apologize for not pointing out (or even noticing) the @hazelnut called out the issue in reply 13

Login this thread has nothing to do with firefox, please don't argue the point any more

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hi friends... thanks for reply...

 

well, i tried.

check the new screens.

friend nergal.

i use your lines for:

[Recently Typed URLs]

but, dont work.

and i believe, that lines you give me, dont have all the keys for "regedit",... or yes?

if i missed something, tell what i have to do.

 

thanks

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Sorry no ignore what I  had here read below

 

 

 

[Recently Typed URLs]

but, dont work.

and i believe, that lines you give me, dont have all the keys for "regedit",... or yes?

if i missed something, tell what i have to do

no that isn't regedit. it is a built-in rule in ccleaner it's what ccleaner cleans under that entry including your issue.

 

That is what cleans it.  I can't tell you past there sorry.

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Sorry no ignore what I  had here read below

 

 

 

no that isn't regedit. it is a built-in rule in ccleaner it's what ccleaner cleans under that entry including your issue.

 

That is what cleans it.  I can't tell you past there sorry.

 

 

thanks... and i think, maybe  i correctly understand.

 

i took the lines you give me and i add them to "winapp2 file", and i mean you wrote lines for "TypedURLs", but i don't see lines for "BagMRU".

 

hope you understand.

 

or those lines aren't for that?

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No typed url is not winapp2. This is already built in to ccleaner.

Just the checkbox in "URLs recientemente escritas" in ccleaner, no winapp2 no regedit

 

That checkbox is the cleaner for your issue

 

Bagmru isn't the autofill of history

Bagmru is shellbags

 

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Nergal in post #15 I asked member to tick all options under Internet Explorer apart from autocomplete and saved passwords.

 

In next post he said he had done this (also those entries he mentions in post #16 he must have added later to the post)

 

 

 

Perhaps time for an uninstall and then a clean install of CCleaner and leave settings at default.

 

Are you the only user?

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No typed url is not winapp2. This is already built in to ccleaner. Just the checkbox in "URLs recientemente escritas" in ccleaner, no winapp2 no regedit That checkbox is the cleaner for your issue Bagmru isn't the autofill of history Bagmru is shellbags

 

 

mmmm.... i'm lost here... are 2 orations, or 1?

 

That checkbox is the cleaner for your issue Bagmru isn't the autofill of history Bagmru is shellbags

 

mean.?

 

the checkbox in "URLs recientemente escritas" in ccleaner.

 

is the option in "ccleaner" who supposed is "the solution" for my problem?

 

and for:

 

Bagmru isn't the autofill of history Bagmru is shellbags.

 

this really dont understand..

 

sorry.

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Ignore BagMRUs that registry entry isn't the autofill your want gone

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Nergal in post #15 I asked member to tick all options under Internet Explorer apart from autocomplete and saved passwords.

 

In next post he said he had done this (also those entries he mentions in post #16 he must have added later to the post)

 

 

 

Perhaps time for an uninstall and then a clean install of CCleaner and leave settings at default.

 

Are you the only user?

 

 

hi friend...good day.

 

i am the only user, and i "Administrator"

 

lets try again,

 

unistall an reinstall.

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Ignore BagMRUs that registry entry isn't the autofill your want gone

 

 

but under that key in regedit. i found a lot of entries i want delete. lets see. example.

 

in my history, show a entry of a movie i see a week ago.

 

then i search the name of that movie in regedit, and i found that movie name under that key..

 

then?

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By the way, when was the last time you rebooted your machine?

 

Have you run Windows Disk Cleanup (it may help)

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problem half solved.... but not with ccleaner.... and this just "hide" the problem.... the "history" still there.

 

this just disable the options "to see" the history... but NOT cleaned the history.  :(

 

To disable the AutoComplete feature in the Address box in Windows Explorer, and the Address box in Internet Explorer:

  1. Click Start, point to Settings, point to Control Panel, and then click Internet Options.
  2. Click the Content tab, click AutoComplete, and then click to clear the Web addresses check box.
  3. Click OK, and then click OK.

 

PLEASE

 

still wanna clean that history

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When you say you watched a movie, how did you watch it?

 

Streamed from the internet?

 

From a dvd?

 

Downloaded the film and watched it on a media player?

 

When you click on the applications tab in ccleaner what do you have ticked for Firefox? (sorry nergal!)

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When you say you watched a movie, how did you watch it?

 

Streamed from the internet?

 

From a dvd?

 

Downloaded the film and watched it on a media player?

 

When you click on the applications tab in ccleaner what do you have ticked for Firefox? (sorry nergal!)

 

hi friend.

 

all the history is for files in my pc, NOT internet..

 

the history is for files, movies, docs. mp3, photos, etc.

 

i dont wanna lose my history for firefox. so almost all the options are disable.

 

 

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hi friends...

 

after a couple weeks, i had to solve the problem by myself.

first and just for be sure,  use this "Fix it" from microsoft.

 

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/813711/en-us

 

then i search for "ShellNoRoam", "BagMRU", "Shell Bags" in google...

 

then found the entries for "winapp2 file"

 

then i add that entries.

 

then reboot.

 

problem solved.

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That is one of the reasons it is not a good idea to tick everything under the Advanced Windows section, for example.....

 

Window Size/Location Cache

When you open and close Windows Explorer, Windows records folder settings for window position, sort order, columns, folder type, toolbar toggles, and search result views.

 

If I remember you had them all ticked.

 

Glad to hear you are sorted now:)

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That is one of the reasons it is not a good idea to tick everything under the Advanced Windows section, for example.....

 

Window Size/Location Cache

When you open and close Windows Explorer, Windows records folder settings for window position, sort order, columns, folder type, toolbar toggles, and search result views.

 

If I remember you had them all ticked.

 

Glad to hear you are sorted now:)

 

 

maybe i can't understand. im very lost.

 

all you say is contradictory, at less for me.

 

you say.

 

is not a good idea to tick everything...

 

but i thought the option

 

"Window Size/Location Cache"

 

is for CLEAN  ALL  

 

folder settings for window position, sort order, columns, folder type, toolbar toggles, and search result views.

 

and thats is exactly what i want.... clear all that records,

 

if i NOT tick that option, thats records "not be cleaned"

 

thats what i thought .

 

i mistake? i wrong?

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If you clean Windows size/location cache then any setting YOU make about how you to want to view things (list view, size of window,  etc) will be lost.

 

See here for more info

 

http://www.piriform.com/docs/ccleaner/ccleaner-rules/windows-tab/advanced-windows-files

 

 

thats is exactly what i want.

 

thats is exactly my needs.

 

and if i already and ALWAYS tick that option. why the records "don't be cleaned"??

 

¿¿¿¿¿...??????

 

pd: ohhh. i forget. maybe the "Microsoft Fix".. fix "regedit", and make possible to "ccleaner" clean that options

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how bout right click at the address bar and choose Delete History ?

ccleaner without winapp2.ini should be able to delete the address by choosing Other Explorer MRUs which will delete this line

RegKey12=HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\TypedPaths

 

source:

http://www.guidingtech.com/17977/delete-windows-explorer-address-bar-history/

 

could you paste here the entry that you use to solve this problem?

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