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The program only flips registry switches and kills off the ui program. I've seen the problem where Sense won't start sometimes, in totally unrelated situations to UIFlex.
Generally, if sense won't start-uncheck it in today settings, then reboot and re-enable and it should work.
You'll want to remove the link from \windows\startup to stop the error message about uiflex being missing.
EDIT: I've been working a bit on it today because I noticed that QuickLaunchers probably weren't functioning well without the support of the background script, especially for e.g. apps which chainlaunch or apps that are slow to load. This should now be fixed if you noticed it.
The file attached also has the latency reduced which will result in the UI taking marginally longer to start after you quit your program but should help quite a bit for people having trouble with the program taking up too many CPU cycles (that's you, loueber
). I took a quick look at the CPU usage of the program, doesn't seem too bad although I will try and optimise where I can.
Do you guys want control over the script timings? The background script and the SpinLock() are set at 5 seconds and half a second respectively which seems to work nicely on my device (during testing this afternoon) but the option would let you try different timings and you can all report what's best?
Just dump the new file into the program directory, overwriting the existing one.
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- Disable HTC Sense/SPB Mobile Shell/AnyUI.exe Automatically
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