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    delete naming conventions

    How do I delete a Naming Convention that I no longer want to use?
    I have tried to select the naming convention and then right click and click Delete but the naming convention seems to stay in the list.
    What do I need to do to finally delete old unused naming conventions?
    Thanks,
    Chip

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    Re: delete naming conventions

    They will be stored in the registry HKCU\Software\Illustrate

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    Re: delete naming conventions

    More Precisely:
    HKCU\Software\Illustrate\dBpoweramp in a key named "CDRipper_Namings".

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    Re: delete naming conventions

    I do not have the Key that you mention in your reply.
    When I look in the registry using REGEDIT I can see the following keys:
    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Illustrate\dBpowewramp
    \CDRipper\
    CDRipper\_DriveSettings
    CDRipper\Profiles\(default)
    CDRipper\Profiles\Compilation
    CDRipper\Profiles\Soundtrack
    \CodecOptions
    \dAP-KeyControl
    \DecoderCache
    \Ref
    \Skin
    Tagging
    I do not see a key called "CDRipper_Namings" in the registry.
    Can you give me an idea of what I may be doing wrong?
    I am using dBpoweramp r13 reference registered version.
    Thanks

    Of course just after posting this reply I found the key value you mentioned in your reply. I was only looking at the folders and did not look carefully enough into the folders to find the key.
    Thanks for your help.
    Last edited by Chip; 09-20-2008 at 03:37 AM. Reason: Call of the search, found the key

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    Re: delete naming conventions

    For future reference, you can just type it in a search window within REGEDIT by pressing CTRL and F . It's saved me a ton of time from having to search up exact keys manually.
    Last edited by neilthecellist; 09-21-2008 at 10:37 AM. Reason: bad semantics = fixed :)

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    Re: delete naming conventions

    This is an old thread I found via search.

    How do I delete the naming strings in the Mac version of dbpoweramp? I have several old strings that I no longer need. I don't see an option to do it in the application itself. Thanks.

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    Re: delete naming conventions

    I do not think you can selectively.

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    Re: delete naming conventions

    Found it on mac.

    Quit dbpoweramp and open the following file in a text editor and scroll to the bottom. You'll find the listings there:

    Code:
    ~/Library/dBpoweramp/XRegistry
    Each folder path and naming convention is listed under the following names:

    Code:
    "dMCLastFolder-0"
    "dMCLastFolder-1"
    &*8230; and so forth

    Delete the ones you don't want.

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