True, but if we are talking a BGT script that is open source, you can
review the code, and make changes as you see fit. Plus you would know
what keys and values are being used in the registry and can pull them
manually. Plus any decent registry cleaner should be able to find and
delete unused keys and values.
On 11/21/11, Willem Venter <dwill...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi philip. Yes imposing the limmit of 100 values is a solution. I also
> think you should warn users of a script about a script accessing the
> registry as I would still not like keys floating around in my registry
> from games I tried once.
> I understand what you mean about the delete file command, but it is
> harder to accidentally delete the wrong file. My concern is less for
> malicious people and more for working with something they don't really
> understand. A file is simple and localized to your script while the
> registry is not. Even for your screen reader example, restarting the
> system would still allow the screen reader to work, where many keys in
> the registry would permanently slow down the system, even if they are
> later removed.
> Thank you.
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