Settings not writting to registry in XP (32 bit)

Jul 30, 2008
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I have installed TC/LE on two Windows XP 32 bit machines. The settings for Folder View and Command Line are not being saved to the registry, so that every time I restart the program it has the default layout.
 

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dmouriz wrote:

> I have installed TC/LE on two Windows XP 32 bit machines. The settings
> for Folder View and Command Line are not being saved to the registry, so
> that every time I restart the program it has the default layout.
Is it saving *anything* -- i.e., if you change the window size is that
remembered? If not, you've got something blocking your registry access.

Rex Conn
JP Software
 

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dmouriz wrote:

> I have installed TC/LE on two Windows XP 32 bit machines. The settings
> for Folder View and Command Line are not being saved to the registry, so
> that every time I restart the program it has the default layout.
Is it saving *anything* -- i.e., if you change the window size is that
remembered? If not, you've got something blocking your registry access.

Rex Conn
JP Software
 
Jul 30, 2008
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dmouriz wrote:



Is it saving *anything* -- i.e., if you change the window size is that
remembered? If not, you've got something blocking your registry access.

Rex Conn
JP Software
Yes, it saves the window position, and it saves the Status Bar setting (hide/unhide). It also doesn't remember the toolbar settings. I have also tested this in an XP Virtual Machine with the eval version, and it has the same problem. I have attached my System Info if that helps.

-Donovan
 

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dmouriz wrote:

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> Quote:
> Originally Posted by *rconn* View Post <showthread.php?p=1581#post1581>
> dmouriz wrote:
>
>
> Is it saving *anything* -- i.e., if you change the window size is that
> remembered? If not, you've got something blocking your registry access.
>
> Rex Conn
> JP Software
>
> Yes, it saves the window position, and it saves the Status Bar setting
> (hide/unhide). It also doesn't remember the toolbar settings. I have
> also tested this in an XP Virtual Machine with the eval version, and it
> has the same problem. I have attached my System Info if that helps.
Not reproducible here, and since we haven't had any other reports of
this problem it's likely to either be something unique to your system(s)
or I'm not understanding what you're trying to do.

Can you give me the *exact* details of what you're doing, and what
version/build of TCMD/LE you're running.

Rex Conn
JP Software
 
Jul 30, 2008
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dmouriz wrote:



Not reproducible here, and since we haven't had any other reports of
this problem it's likely to either be something unique to your system(s)
or I'm not understanding what you're trying to do.

Can you give me the *exact* details of what you're doing, and what
version/build of TCMD/LE you're running.

Rex Conn
JP Software
Take Command LE v9.02.151
I launch TC from the start menu. I have noticed BTW that occasionally it won't start after I click on it. When it comes up, I click View/Command Input to uncheck it, and hide the Command Input window. Then I click View/Folder and List Views to uncheck it, and hide the folders windows. I do some work, and when I am finished I exit TC. When I restart TC the next time, the Command Input and Folder windows are back. This is really annoying, because I will typically launch TC from various locations to do quick tasks and exit. I don't need the other windows, and I don't want them. I bought TC because it would give me more flexibility with screen size, and I don't want to have those other windows in my way all the time. If I hide the Status Bar it remembers that on the next session. I can see where it writes to the TCMD.INI and the Registry the StatusBar setting. It will occasionally update the TCMD.INI with the CommandInput setting, but it is not consistent, and it never writes it to the registry. Either way, if I put CommandInput=No in the TCMD.INI file and in the registry, it doesn't work. Can you tell me what the registry settings are supposed to be for hiding the "Folders and View", "Command Input" and the "Explorer Toolbar", please? It would be nice to be able to control these settings dynamically, and I would like to help you figure out this problem, but at this point I will settle to just "Hard Coding" it so I can get my work done.

-Donovan
 
Jul 30, 2008
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Take Command LE v9.02.151
I launch TC from the start menu. I have noticed BTW that occasionally it won't start after I click on it. When it comes up, I click View/Command Input to uncheck it, and hide the Command Input window. Then I click View/Folder and List Views to uncheck it, and hide the folders windows. I do some work, and when I am finished I exit TC. When I restart TC the next time, the Command Input and Folder windows are back. This is really annoying, because I will typically launch TC from various locations to do quick tasks and exit. I don't need the other windows, and I don't want them. I bought TC because it would give me more flexibility with screen size, and I don't want to have those other windows in my way all the time. If I hide the Status Bar it remembers that on the next session. I can see where it writes to the TCMD.INI and the Registry the StatusBar setting. It will occasionally update the TCMD.INI with the CommandInput setting, but it is not consistent, and it never writes it to the registry. Either way, if I put CommandInput=No in the TCMD.INI file and in the registry, it doesn't work. Can you tell me what the registry settings are supposed to be for hiding the "Folders and View", "Command Input" and the "Explorer Toolbar", please? It would be nice to be able to control these settings dynamically, and I would like to help you figure out this problem, but at this point I will settle to just "Hard Coding" it so I can get my work done.

-Donovan

Can someone please give me the registry entries to hide the Command Line Folders and List View and Explorer toolbar at launch?
 
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rconn wrote:
| dmouriz wrote:
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| ---Quote---
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|| Quote:
|| Can someone please give me the registry entries to hide the Command
|| Line Folders and List View and Explorer toolbar at launch?
| ---End Quote---
| Not easily -- they're binary fields, combined with all of the other
| windows, and they vary depending on the window order and position.

The question below may have its answer in HELP, and may have been asked and
answered in the current or the older NG.

Does the INIKEY version of either TCMD or TCC access the registry without
explicit user request (e.g., @regquery)?
--
Steve
 

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Steve Fábián wrote:

> rconn wrote:
> | dmouriz wrote:
> |
> |
> | ---Quote---
> ||
> || Quote:
> || Can someone please give me the registry entries to hide the Command
> || Line Folders and List View and Explorer toolbar at launch?
> | ---End Quote---
> | Not easily -- they're binary fields, combined with all of the other
> | windows, and they vary depending on the window order and position.
>
> The question below may have its answer in HELP, and may have been asked and
> answered in the current or the older NG.
>
> Does the INIKEY version of either TCMD or TCC access the registry without
> explicit user request (e.g., @regquery)?
Yes for TCMD, no for TCC.

Rex Conn
JP Software
 
Oct 12, 2008
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I may have misunderstood the question, but perhaps just add the following section (or just the 2nd line, if the section is already there) to tcmd.ini:

[ListView]
Style=3