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Help! The symbol "@"(Default) doesn't work in the segment [RegistryValueBackupDelete]

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fallenyugo
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Help! The symbol "@"(Default) doesn't work in the segment [RegistryValueBackupDelete]

How can i deal with this @(Default) Value?
what to take the place of it?

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The @ symbol is just a placeholder in regedit. It's not the actual value entry. In NSIS's registry component, you're supposed to leave it blank. Have you tried just "HKCU\Key\value\" ?

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Thanks John.Yes I have,

Thanks John.
Yes I have, Besides I tried ""、NULL etc.
Now Only the blank work with [RegistryValueWrite], nor the [RegistryValueBackupDelete].(the value was not deleted after app closing)

[RegistryValueWrite]
HKCU\Testing\=REG_SZ:%PAL:AppDir%

[RegistryValueBackupDelete]
1=HKCU\Testing\

Test with any other numbers or chracters instead of blank will work, but I still have to deal with the (default) anyway.

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