Time For My 25 Cents Worth (inflation)

maybe i am wrong, probably am but, isnt the Registry jsut like ONE BIG FREAKING INI file? i mean, sure, it uses a different format, but the fucntion is basically the same, it stores values for programs to retrieve when needed, like an ini file.

With an INI file, a user can just make a simple edit, and that can seriously break a script. And it's a more professional practice to store values in the Registry.

one little slip in the registry can break your whole computer. whats worse, losing a script or losing windows? More Professionial? NOT!! What Makes it professional in putting stuff in the registry vs a INI file?

If you still think Registry support is useless, then why did DragonZap write a dll to do this?

ummm maybe because he was bored?

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