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  1. The tweak seems to need a reboot before getting activated tho.
  2. Sure I'll add the source to the next version, tho first it's gonna need some cleaning and commenting, it's quite messy right now. The app is written in C# VS 2005 and I don't have plans on learning vb, so it's gonna have to do. Hmm I knew I'd forgotten something... The resizing problem is an easy fix, it's just a matter of applying the correct anchors. About the wordwrap feature, I can't have it enabled because it messes up the line numbering system and I haven't found an other way around it, so for now it's gonna remain disabled. Auto correction should be pretty easy to implement. If could attach your reg file to your post, it would be helpful? I'll have the other things also fixed. Man, do you work with software testing or something? Cause you make me look like an amateur... Well I guess I still am for now... You really seem to catch all those details
  3. Okay now I'm done with the RegCheck V. 1.2. The interface looks a bit different, added a list box and moved the buttons. I also added suggestions for the lines that come up as errors. Thought I would give you a specific list of what the program searches for, so if there's something you would like have added to the search pattern just tell me: Out commented keys which don't have all there values out commented as well, will cause an error. Any non-empty line which doesn't begin with a '"' , '@' , '[' or a ';' ,will cause an error, if the previous line doesn't end with a '\'. NEW: Lines that begin with a '[' needs to end with a']' or an error will a occur. I hope you won't find bugs all too fast B) RegCheck_1_2.rar RegCheck_1_2.rar
  4. Edit: Wow, this is so the wrong thread... a bit tired here... anyway ill let it be and just make an other post in the sticky thread. Btw, the new ending bracket check actually comes up with 3 errors in the beta list. Okay now I'm done with the RegCheck V. 1.2. The interface looks a bit different, added a list box and moved the buttons. I also added suggestions for the lines that come up as errors. Thought I would give you a specific list of what the program searches for, so if there's something you would like have added to the search pattern just tell me: Out commented keys which don't have all there values out commented as well, will cause an error. Any non-empty line which doesn't begin with a '"' , '@' , '[' or a ';' ,will cause an error, if the previous line doesn't end with a '\'. NEW: Lines that begin with a '[' needs to end with a']' or an error will a occur. I hope you won't find bugs all too fast B) RegCheck_1_2.rar
  5. I found a few faults with my RegChecker program... "Enable Remote Administration of Windows Installer" = Lacks the semicolon. "Wrap Icon Titles" = Lacks also the semicolon. ":Show Thumbnail for bitmap files" = This one is just a typo. "nodefaultadminowner=dword:00000000" = Not really a fault, but a pair of parenthesis could be added. Thats about it. Thanks for the good work btw.
  6. CyberWarrior: You can adjust it through Tools > Folder alternatives > Second flap > Easy/friendly folder viewing in the Explorer tree(a translation from my swe xp v.). Well to make it easy for you I made a reg file as well. FriendlyTree.reg
  7. [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer] "NoRecentDocsHistory"=dword:00000000 I've got my value on 1 and my list looks the same as yours. I'm not sure about this, but that could be the key that enables/disables the functionality of having the list automatically updated, with the programs you use the most. You probably already know this, but you can drag n drop stuff there to make shortcuts manually also. Btw, the skin/theme(or what ever its called), you're using, where could I find the topic about it? Or maybe I'm just mistaking it for something else, but I'm pretty sure I saw a thread about that specific visual style some time ago. I just would like to test it out...
  8. Those buttons really seem to be error prone... Well, I guess I have my own implementation to blame a little. As it is now, my scan procedure only scans until it finds a error and stops there, so the overhead easily grows because of all the extra checking that has to be done. Think I'm gonna do it from the beginning with a better design. The next release will probably come under next week. B)
  9. I thought it would be enough just to mark the error with the carrot(that's the blinking thingy right?), so you wouldn't have to deselect the text every time. Suppose I could add some colors or something, but that will probably gonna have to wait a while. I'm not all that fancy and I prefer efficiency and I think the program serves it purpose already good enough. Anyway, I'll take it under advisement. Support added:
  10. So, I've done some bug hunting and things should be working pretty good now. There's still probably some way of causing an unwanted result, so if anything comes up let me. I thought this would make a good version 1.0.0.0, now that the program seems to me as bug free anyway, but as I said you never know. Let me also know if there's any feature you would like to have added. Perhaps I should create my own topic to prevent any confusion, or maybe you, Glent, could add my program to your first post, which would be most suitable imo, because the programs sole purpose is meant for helping to manage the registry tweaks. Anyway here it is: Check further down ^^ Remember to have .Net Framework 2.0 installed.
  11. Okay, I'll get right back on it. Heh, I understand English almost perfectly, but I haven't used it much in an active way, so there's still some real silly mistakes I make ^^. Thx for the feedback!
  12. Wrote this app, which checks for errors in .reg files. At least I feel the need for it in longer reg files. It's written in C# so your gonna need .Net Framework 2.0 installed, to run the app. Perhaps I'll translate it to c++ sometime, but i just suck at Win API so it might take a while. I've included the source, so feel free to complain about it or use it anyway you want. For example, my app noticed a error in the post above: "the default to Disabled with the release of SP2." This line should most likely be commented. Update: The bug mentioned by glent is now gone. Keep the feedback coming and I'll do my best. I'm still little bit of a beginner, tho I'm glad if i could give back something to this great community. Update: Check further down the thread to get the latest version.
  13. Thx for a great forum and its helpful members! I'm wondering how I could make a shortcut of "My Computer", in the "all user > start menu" folder, with a cmd line? The thing I want to accomplish, is a cascaded menu of "My Computer" in my classical start menu. I know how to do this with drag and drop style, but I would like to automate it in my unattended setup.


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