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I have a ini file, Launcherslite.ini with the following:

[2xExplorer]

FileName=Q:\2xExplorer.exe

StartIn=

Params=

WindowStyle=1

[Centura Group Folder]

FileName=Q:\OpenCentura.cmd

StartIn=

Params=

WindowStyle=1

I'm using a script to change the drive letter to @homedrive, leaving the rest of lines intact. (Drive may not necessary be Q:\)

However, my script can only output 1 single line, that is

FileName=C:\2xExplorer.exe

How do I retain the rest of the code + change all occurance of the drive letter to C?

Opt("TrayIconDebug", 1)
$Homedrive=StringMid ( @homedrive, 1, 1 ); change C: to C
$file = FileOpen("Launcherslite.ini", 0);READ MODE
If $file = -1 Then
    MsgBox(0, "Error", "Unable to open file.")
    Exit
EndIf

For $i=1 to 11
        If StringInStr(FileReadLine($file, $i), "FileName=") Then
        $Resonstruct1=StringRegExpReplace(FileReadLine($file, $i), "(FileName=)([A-Z])(\D.*|\d.*|)", "$1")
        $Resonstruct3=StringRegExpReplace(FileReadLine($file, $i), "(FileName=)([A-Z])(\D.*|\d.*|)", "$3")
        
        FileClose($file);close read mode
        $file = FileOpen("Launcherslite.ini", 2);write mode
        FileWriteLine ($file, $Resonstruct1&$Homedrive&$Resonstruct3)
        EndIf
Next
FileClose($file)

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B'cause I'm still learning & haven't learn this iniwrite function yet. I thought it might be better to start with some standard file format (so that in future I'm not restrict to .ini type only)

Learning how to overwrite a standard file type (although I'm actually modifying .ini) seems more partical at the moment...

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B'cause I'm still learning & haven't learn this iniwrite function yet. I thought it might be better to start with some standard file format (so that in future I'm not restrict to .ini type only)

Learning how to overwrite a standard file type (although I'm actually modifying .ini) seems more partical at the moment...

Read all the content of file and use StringReplace().

Somethign like this:

StringReplace($DATA,"C:\","Q:\")

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