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Thread: deleting file naming prototcols

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    deleting file naming prototcols

    I have added several dynamic file naming protocols to the CD Ripper Naming list (Naming>Set>scrolldown list). These were experimental, and I want to delete them. How do I do this? Thanks!

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    Re: deleting file naming prototcols

    What platform/OS?

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    Re: deleting file naming prototcols

    I'm using dbP with Windows 7. The "file protocols" are the naming strings appearing in the same menu as the default one when selecting metadata handling. I'd like to get rid of all except the default at this time. Any suggestions will be much appreciated.

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    Re: deleting file naming prototcols

    In the registry:

    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Illustrate\dBpoweramp

    a value called : CDRipper_Namings

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    Re: deleting file naming prototcols

    NOTE: If you are happy editing the windows registry, remember to backup the registry, before editing.

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    Re: deleting file naming prototcols

    Registry.PNG

    Thanks for the suggestions, but I am unable to find the CDRipper_Namings in the registry (see attached). What am I missing?

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    Re: deleting file naming prototcols

    CDRIpper_Namings is not on the left, it is on the right, select the folder (key) dBpoweramp

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    Re: deleting file naming prototcols

    Ah -- found it. Everything good. Thanks.

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