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I love this app, found it today, but have some trouble with it.
The included #Rules.txt has an error in it:
File1=RunCommand|netsh advfirewall export $AppBackupPath$\WindowsFirewallSettings.wfw" '//Execute command-line netsh advfirewall and exports the Windows
$AppBackupPath$ has to be $AppClonePath$
also this and maybe other variables dont work when there is an "=" before it
File1=RunCommand|netsh wlan export profile key=clear folder=$AppClonePath$
And a request....
can you change "[Files]" in [Import] and [Export] that way we can run different commands for import and export settings.
Hi, I just discovered this nice little piece of very useful software CloneApp. Really good job !
I tried to create new plug-ins, but these applications are not recognised as "installed".
Did I do something wrong in the .plg configuration files ?
Example for sTabLauncher :
Description=Backup sTabLauncher Configuration et Onglets
Trying to restore my Windows 10 settings in a new computer using CloneApp. It keeps asking me for the cloneapp2.ini file, I locate it, CloneApp opens it (apparently), then asks me for the file again which has now disappeared from the folder. I 'feed' CloneApp another copy of the cloneapp2.ini file and the loop starts again... Any suggestions, anybody?
Excellent !!! Simply Excellent. Thanks For Cleanmgr+. It will definitely be my new go to application. I hope plugins with be added in the future for other major applications. It's good enough in my opinion to replace CCleaner on my system. 5 Stars all the way. I will be spreading the word about Cleanmgr+ .
I have run some more test and it looks like now the program is NOT deleting the files in the download folder. I did not change any of the settings from the previous version. After have the problem, I deleted all the files from the Cleanmgr+ directory and started from scratch. Might be something to look at.
I just noticed that if you close Cleanmgr+ and launch it again that the +more items are remembered. That makes the situation better. So, apparently, once you run the "Check installed scripts" under the +, the ones that are found are remembered unless/until you run the "Check installed scripts" again. That is good.
Initially, how to get the +more items to have the "space to gain" calculated is still not intuitive. That is still a hurdle I think you need to address.
Maybe the option under the + should say:
"Check which +more scripts are installed"
"Check which +more scripts your Windows account is using"
See my message below for other thoughts.