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Hello,
I added some locations to clean in the file "ccleaner.ini" this way:
CustomLocation1=FIREFOX|C:\Users\XXX\AppData\Local\Waterfox\Profiles\rblc01uk.default
CustomLocation2=FIREFOX|C:\Users\XXX\AppData\Roaming\Waterfox\Profiles\rblc01uk.default
CustomLocation3=FIREFOX|D:\PORTABLES\FirefoxPortable\Data\profile

Only locations 1 and 3 are actually cleaned; the second is completely ignored.

If i change a little the 2 first locations without the name of the profile "rblc01uk.default", location 2 is cleaned, but location 1 is not !

There is apparently a bug in the program or do I something wrong ?

Thank you.

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mmmh, i dont know, im not an expert with this.

 

but in the roaming-folder are other files/folders as in local-folder. perhaps you need only one for the profile-cleaning? (and one for your portable)

maybe can another forums-user help more as i can :-)

 

 

https://www.ccleaner.com/docs/ccleaner/advanced-usage/ccleaner-ini-files/how-to-clean-user-data-from-non-standard-mozilla-browsers

 

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perhaps without " rblc01uk.default" at the end of the path...

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@trium

As I said in my post i tried this. The result for the 2 first locations was simply reserved.

The user profile used by Waterfox is in location 2, but I think that all or part of the cache is also in location 1; the name of the profile being the same.

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I could finally clean the locations with the function "include", but I found this:

as soon as you add locations via "include" or an "ini" file in the program (CCleaner.ini, winapp2.ini) the trash icon no longer empties!!

I'm under Win 8.1 64x.

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For info, if you immediately do a second cleaning, the trash is finally emptied!

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