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    Hi !

    I would like to modify a registry value.
    I can add, delete, modify all values but one... (yay !)

    It's in a shell/open/command/(default value)
    I need to know the generic name for "default value"...

    When I save the regedit branch with regedit.exe, I have :
    Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

    @="\"J:\\autoplay.exe\" \"%1\"" REG_SZ

    ...where '@' means the "default value" of the registry.

    Of course I've read the help, tried several possibilities, but I can't find that one.

    Someone knows what I have to fill in the "value" name for the set.value registry box ?

    Thanks for your help.

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    Re: About Registry value...

    From the help topic for Registry.SetValue:

    <font color=green>
    Value name:
    The name of the value that you want to set. (If it doesn't exist yet, it will be created.)

    Note: use "(default)" if you want to set the default value for this Registry key.
    </font color=green>

    (If that isn't in your help file, make sure you have the latest version of AutoPlay installed.)
    --[[ Indigo Rose Software Developer ]]


    • #3
      Re: About Registry value...


      Excuse me for taking your time, bugging you, make you spend time looking for stupid answers. I was stupid. The reason that I couldn't make the registry trick work is... er... ^_^; I've reinstalled windows lately and my autoplay was the first release, v4.000... I forgot to update it ! what nonsense !

      Sorry again for taking your time...


      • #4
        Re: About Registry value...

        No need to apologize. That happens to all of us at one point or another. [img]/ubbthreads/images/icons/smile.gif[/img]
        --[[ Indigo Rose Software Developer ]]