...Do those results seem pretty normal to you guys??
JauntPE seems to trap the Registry writes ok.
But some odd things -- I saved some commented pdf documents, and instead of saving to my hard-drive, JauntPE re-directed them.
This happens on my home pc, and on a pc at work without admin rights.
I tried to save to >>
My Documents\Guides folder
but it made a folder inside the app folder >>
"User\Documents\Guides" and saved the document there.
Then when I try to open and/or save other documents, PDFXC can only access the folders that JauntPE created. If I want to open from other folders, I have to use Explorer>Open With dialog.
On another work pc WITH admin rights, but probably different policy settings, if I open PDFXC using the JauntPE exe, PDFXC locks up as soon as I try to open a file. But the app works fine if I open it with its own executable.
So, in summary, JauntPE is having some strange behavior with this particular app, but I don't have enough experience to know how to isolate the bug. (if it is a bug -- maybe it is something peculiar in PDFXC)
that registry entry looks ok,
if i had to geuss, id say part of Crypt Edit uses a random number and calls that entry for its seed to generate it,
(or its windows writing a need seed to the entry after use, ...not really sure about that, but i do know its a normal entry,
the log stuff and all im not so sure about, they Look ok to me though,
and the .reg is JPE catching the Crypt Edit reg changes and redirecting them,
but yeah, you prolly knew that,
"My Documents" is one of the folders that JPE redirects any changes to its own folder,
if theres no other folders, like, 'windows' 'system' 'user' or 'programs' in your PDFXC, then chances are, it doesnt make file changes on your system and you can build a portable.exe and tell it Not to redirect files,
but you might want to check all the folders first and be sure before you do that,
it only opening redirected files/folders is an old bug, it happened with FoxIt Reader and a few other programs, but redllar was pretty sure he fixed it and we havnt ran into it since,
so i dont think i can be much help there, =/
might be that PDFXC has its own way of opening files/folders that JPE misinterprets and redirects it,
JPE doesnt know what its doing and is redirecting it just to be 'safe',
most likely its the first one though,
And when your doing 'open with' are you pointing that at the portable.exe of PDFXC? O_o
Now, if you Have to redirect the files due to PDFXC writing to some system folder, you Can make an .ini file for the program with this in it:
those excludes are:
which you can look up in the "JauntePE_jauntePE.ini"
if i remember, they are default excludes and work for Any computer,
and yes, you need all three of them, ...and no, i dont know why,
if you read my guide in the JPE zip, it explains how to make an .ini file for a program,
basicly, the easiest way to get the name, is the program name from the redirected registry, and then make the .ini as <name>__jauntePE.ini
and that SHOULD work,
if not, try calling it "JauntePE_jauntePE.ini" but ONLY if your using a portable.exe, and Only if that portable.exe is never going to be interacting with other JPE apps*, because i dont know what would happen if it tryed to read setting from two files with the same name,
(*IE: like going to be using another JPE_portable.exe'd app that might somehow open PDFXC_portable.exe,)
just to say i think it would be bad and such,
As for the program locking up,
ive no clue, >.<
it could be that since it redirects where you save/open stuff, its looking in its Own redirected folder for the file, and not finding it, which is most likely making the program loop and either PDFXC or mebey even JPE doesnt have the error call to break it out,
(Id say PDFXC Should have it, so its most likely a bug/error on its side,)
IF you can tell it not to redirect files 'safely' (IE: if PDFXC doesnt write to your user folder or system files,) then it should take care of your last two 'bugs',
But, if you use the exclude method, it would most likely only 'fix' this problem for 'My Documents' folders,
thats all i can think of right now,
Hope it helps,