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Macros / Variables question

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60aside

I have to work with various flavours of XP. Most are English with a MUI applied, others are pure versions of XP in the native language.

So, as Windows does not have variables for Desktop or Favorites, how do the Macros @DesktopDir and @FavoritesDir actually work.

For instance on a pure Spanish version of XP, desktop is called Escritorio. So would @DesktopDir actually take me to the correct please.

What I'm asking is do the Autoit Macros only work on USA English versions of XP with applied language MUI?

Thanks.

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BrettF

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60aside

From the registry? ok that's good then.

How about the following location.

@UserProfileDir & "\Local Settings\Application Data"

How could I get a universal variable for the above? Note this is not the @AppDataDir macro and the translation of "Local Settings" and "Application Data"

can change depending on language.

Thanks.

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60aside

I think I found the registry location - User Shell Folders.

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