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Hello! Just wanted to mention the reason this is unsolved is simple: I don't have Visual Studio on my Linux development computer. This is one of the edge cases where no library did the job.

Sorry to Contro (We tried to make things work using VS on his Machine via PM). The program is 99%, only need a developer to follow the instructions on:

Sincere apologies! I don't know when I am going to have a Windows 10 development computer again... for the time being, I am doing as much as I can to be helpful to the DC community with my Linux / Windows 7 setup.

-publicdomain (April 11, 2022, 02:52 PM)
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Don't worry. Are difficult times for everybody.
 :-* :P

Don't worry.
-Contro (April 15, 2022, 04:57 AM)
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Hello & thanks! I'm doing, which is a better option! :)

Here's the result of the new AHK wrapper program:

Direct download:

GitHub release:


Download AutoHotkey from (


Save the AHK script as "lnk.ahk".

Open the program, then click on Settings/Configure lnk parser.

Configure executable and script:

Executable: AutoHotkeyU32.exe / AutoHotkeyU64.exe

Script file: lnk.ahk

Hit OK

Now use the main program window to browse to the directory where you want to generate the Launcher.ini file.

That's it. Enjoy!


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