|Main Application||Version 1.4 or later|
1.5.3 for adv. file
|File Parameters||yes (sixth)|
|Build Parameters||yes (sixth)|
Removes data from a registry value.
RegyRemove:<description(string)>,<rootkey(enum)>,<keypath(string)>,<value(string)>,[,advanced file parameters]
If you start with this registry entry:
[CURRENT_USER\Hello\World\] "remove1"="What a silly example."
You would end with
[CURRENT_USER\Hello\World\] "remove1"="What a example."
This removes partial data from a registry value, keeping the value and the surrounding data intact. This makes sense only for REG_SZ, REG_EXPANDSZ and REG_MULTISZ values.
- First, a description. Using a description template instead of plain text is recommended so that the user will receive a localized version.
- The root key, where HKEY_CURRENT_USER stands for all users actually.
- The path to the value, starting with a backslash. PT
- The name of the value. An Algo-Prefix is allowed here. AP PT
- The data to be removed from the term. An Algo-Prefix is allowed here. AP PT
- Starting with 1.5.3, advanced file parameters for Flow Control can be specified. Before that, only advanced build parameters were supported, which are still of course. PT
- A special entry that allows removal of parts of data during fixing.