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chrisbigjk
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GoG games not recognized.

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Gamesave Manager does not seem to recognize games installed with GoG Galaxy. Would it be possible this will be supported in the future? I wanted to backup Fallout 1-2 and Tactics. I confirmed that those games are supported if steam is used.
Amjoco
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Re: GoG games not recognized.

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To add to this it seems the GameSave Manager doesn't look here; c:\Users\Name\AppData\LocalLow\. GoG seems to store a lot of savegames here.
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Re: GoG games not recognized.

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chrisbigjk wrote: 16 Aug 2018, 13:27 Gamesave Manager does not seem to recognize games installed with GoG Galaxy. Would it be possible this will be supported in the future? I wanted to backup Fallout 1-2 and Tactics. I confirmed that those games are supported if steam is used.
Some games are detected, while others are not.
There's no simple fix for this. Instead, I require people with said games to submit their save locations for me.
Amjoco wrote: 24 Aug 2018, 20:16 To add to this it seems the GameSave Manager doesn't look here; c:\Users\Name\AppData\LocalLow\. GoG seems to store a lot of savegames here.
The AppData\LocalLow directory is detected by GameSave Manager, along with AppData\Roaming, AppData\Local and ProgramData (AppData Common).
These options are listed within the 'Special Paths' listing of Custom GameSave Entries.
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Re: GoG games not recognized.

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Hi, I'm new to the forum. I know this topic is 2 years old, but I couldn't see any updates and it didn't let me search "gog" or "gog galaxy" in the search bar, so I'm posting here to keep consistency.
I don't know if it's a new thing, but I found that now GOG games properties are saved in a static registry path

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HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\WOW6432Node\GOG.com\Games
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[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\WOW6432Node\GOG.com\Games\1427985242]
"installer_language"="english"
"gameName"="Titan Souls"
"gameID"="1427985242"
"productID"="1427985242"
"language"="english"
"lang_code"="en-US"
"path"="D:\\Giochi\\Managed\\GOG\\Titan Souls"
"startMenu"="Titan Souls"
"ver"="gog-1"
"uninstallCommand"="D:\\Giochi\\Managed\\GOG\\Titan Souls\\unins000.exe"
"workingDir"="D:\\Giochi\\Managed\\GOG\\Titan Souls"
"exe"="D:\\Giochi\\Managed\\GOG\\Titan Souls\\TITAN.exe"
"exeFile"="TITAN.exe"
"launchParam"=""
"launchCommand"="D:\\Giochi\\Managed\\GOG\\Titan Souls\\TITAN.exe "
"startMenuLink"="C:\\ProgramData\\Microsoft\\Windows\\Start Menu\\Programs\\Titan Souls [GOG.com]\\Titan Souls"
"dependsOn"=""
"supportLink"="http://www.gog.com/support/titan_souls"
"BUILDID"="50837521938452694"
"INSTALLDATE"="2020-11-28 16:54:22"
"DLC"=""
So now thanks to the "path" key, the installation path could be easily obtained programmatically. I also pasted Titan Souls specifically because it's a game that saves the data in the game folder itself under "./data/SAVE/" instead of a separate folder. In your database the Steam version of the same game is the only one currently stored and detected (which does the same thing of saving files in the game directory, I hate game developers that do that btw XD).

Technically this implementation is only needed for games that save data in the game directory, as in most cases a GOG game will save the gamefiles in the same position as other marketplaces versions.
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