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[Fixed] Calibre settings change leaves registry entries

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Drazick
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[Fixed] Calibre settings change leaves registry entries

Hello,

It seems there are issues with the official release of Calibre.
On my System (Windows 10 64 Bit) it leaves traces behind and the system thinks it is installed application.

Could you please fix it so it won't leave traces?

Thank You.

Title changed to track bug - mod GC

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Specifics?

Could you please be more specific, include system details (OS version, 32 vs 64-bit, install path, new vs upgrade, etc) as well as what traces are being left behind?

[EDIT] Also, I've removed your duplicate post from the news item.

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Any Updates?

Gord,

Any updates on that?
It happened to me on 2 different computers (Both on Windows 10).

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Details

System is Windows 10 Professional 64 Bit.
Latest version on Windows Update (Based on 1709).
The system is vanilla, nothing is installed (Using only PortableApps) but MATLAB and HP Smart (Store Application).

PortableApps is running from D Drive.

You can see, for instance, Calibre is appearing in the list of programs available for Windows for defaults programs:

https://i.imgur.com/dx5CFRK.png

This shouldn't happen.

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Title changed

I have changed the title of the OP to reflect that the bug is being tracked.

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Fixed in 3.17.0

This is fixed in today's release of calibre Portable 3.17.0 courtesy of Gord's work.

Sometimes, the impossible can become possible, if you're awesome!

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Perfect

I will test that later and let you know.

Thank You.

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