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Guys does anybody know why some of the gog files(ex. goggame-1421405135.dll) files have these weird numbers next to the dll file. Is it used for identifying a user which would suck, or is it just a game's registry number??? Any help would be appreciated.
This question / problem has been solved by JMichimage
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deja65: Guys does anybody know why some of the gog files(ex. goggame-1421405135.dll) files have these weird numbers next to the dll file. Is it used for identifying a user which would suck, or is it just a game's registry number??? Any help would be appreciated.
I think it's a bug,especially ID'ing a user..
Also Gog doesn't identify a user that way..
Post edited March 17, 2015 by gunsynd
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deja65: Guys does anybody know why some of the gog files(ex. goggame-1421405135.dll) files have these weird numbers next to the dll file. Is it used for identifying a user which would suck, or is it just a game's registry number??? Any help would be appreciated.
The number is the game's ID. This format is used to facilitate the move to Galaxy.
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deja65: Guys does anybody know why some of the gog files(ex. goggame-1421405135.dll) files have these weird numbers next to the dll file. Is it used for identifying a user which would suck, or is it just a game's registry number??? Any help would be appreciated.
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JMich: The number is the game's ID. This format is used to facilitate the move to Galaxy.
Thanks you guys for the precise answers, i totaly forgot about GOG Galaxy :D, glad it isnt used for some sort of tracking, im looking at you VALVE(STEAM) :)
Cheers