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August 1, 2017 at 7:52 pm #12446ZinalGuest
I recently downloaded CCEnhancer and I must say that it’s an amazing little utility for an already amazing program!
However, I noticed that the winapp2.ini file that is generated by CCEnhancer assumes that the programs are installed at their default locations (Usually %ProgramFiles%).
Most of my programs and games that is covered by CCEnhancer is located on a separate drive.
Wouldn’t it be possible to make CCEnhancer detect the installation path of an application by using the registry, instead of assuming the default installation path?August 2, 2017 at 9:41 am #12448PhobosModerator
CCEnchancer has a “Portable Locations” function, use it.
Windows 10 Insider Preview, x64August 2, 2017 at 3:31 pm #12450Shane GowlandKeymaster
Actually, I don’t think the portable locations feature would help in this instance.
CCleaner uses environmental variables to find programs. CCEnhancer, by extension, also needs to use these same environmental variables. Your best bet would be to set up proper junction points.August 2, 2017 at 6:54 pm #12454AnonymousInactive
Actually, setting junction points would be of no use to me.
All programs that I deem system-critical (Such as NVIDIA Geforce, Anti-Virus, etc) are located on my system drive (I.E %ProgramFiles%), but the rest are scattered on my different drives.
I ended up writing my own program to rewrite some of the sections in the winapp2.ini file, based on installation data (Registry, WMI, etc).
So, instead of using environmental variables, it uses absolute paths based on my own system.