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    • Hide no data — REG Hey Glenn, Do you think you could do something similar for REG like you did for HTTPGET, where if the key returns either empty or an error that the triple-bracket "{{{ %item% }}}" will hide it's output? I'm loving this feature BTW. Great addition to the program! Thanks!

      Started by: Nathan_KNathan_K in: Desktop Info

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    • 1 year ago

      GlennGlenn

    • Display OS Version in desktopinfo Hello, Windows Version: 10 Pro - 20H2 Desktopinfo Version: 2.9.0 I'm looking for a possibility to diplay the clear name of the Windows build number (in my case: the "20H2" in desktopinfo. With OSVERSION and OSBUILD I can display the version (windows 10 pro) and the build number (19042.610) but not the clear name (from "\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\DisplayVersion). Is there a possibility? kind regards Detlev

      Started by: knatterfuxknatterfux in: Desktop Info

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      GlennGlenn

    • “text” option Windows version : windows 10 enterprise Product version : Build 1809 Hello, I cannot correctly configure the "TEXT" option. I am trying to display the "Agent" label on the left and right side of the DAT version of my antivirus. thank you for your help, Jean-Pierre Code # Anti-virus REG=value:HKLM\SOFTWARE\WOW6432Node\McAfee\Agent\AgentVersion,set:AgentMcAfeeVersion TEXT=active:1,color:0000FF,text:Version Agent McAfee,display:%AgentMcAfeeVersion%

      Started by: JPDH92 in: Desktop Info

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    • Does DI replace registry values? When I display the following registry key in DesktopInfo, I get a wrong value: REG=active:1,color:%White%,text:Windows-Edition,value:HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\EditionId This returns "Enterprise" However, if I look at the value in Regedit, or with PoswerShell, the value is "Professional" PS>(Get-ItemProperty -Path 'HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\').EditionId `Professional Why is that? I'm on Windows 10 Pro 1909,...

      Started by: detlefsDetlef in: Desktop Info

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