0.4.0 is now available. I've added hamradio's icons (thanks!) and added support for the most requested (by me
) applications storing their MRUs in a file: Notepad++ and OpenOffice 2. Both of these store their MRUs in an xml file. While OpenOffice's is not trivial, Notepad++ stores its MRUs 'the other way round', i.e. from oldest to newest. They are therefore both hard-coded, although I think they could probably both be handled in a descriptive form with xpath and an xpath capable parser. I'll leave that for later though
. I've also added support for Adobe Acrobat Reader 9 which stores its MRUs in the registry, but in a bit an ugly form. Nevertheless, it can be quite easily described and is now implemented in a generic way in FARR MRU. This means:
besides MRUs of the form:HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\SomeApplication\Recent File List with Values
with values of the form Item 1 = Path_to_some_file
in the Recent File List
FARR MRU can now also handle MRUs of the form:HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\SomeApplication\Recent Files Key with Subkeys|Value name
with subkeys of the form Item 1
in the key Recent Files Key with Subkeys
which store the respective file path in the value Value name
under Item 1
Not sure if that is explained well enough now. Well, just ask if you find an MRU in the registry which you're not sure if FARR MRU can handle it.
It would also be cool if someone could confirm that Adobe Acrobat Reader files are working, as I don't have it installed myself (although I somewhat tested it in a virtual machine).
I also did not hear back from Lashiec yet. Anyone else experiencing the problem he describes (i.e. typing mrua gives an empty results list)?