Stilez wrote:Path includes UltraEdit's program folder.
That is not important. I use UltraEdit since many years without being in PATH. Adding program files folder of UltraEdit to PATH makes only sense when starting UltraEdit from command line by just entering uedit32
. As I do that never, I selected on custom installation not adding UltraEdit program files folder to PATH.
Stilez wrote:... uedit32.ini doesn't contain the setting you give (jumps from "Te1Converted=" to "Template Auto Suggestions=").
The entries in uedit32.ini are not sorted, you would have to run a Find for the setting. However, I don't think that you added Temp File Dir=
manually which is the only method to set a different folder for temporary files as this setting can't be added or changed within UltraEdit anywhere.
A *.rac file is created when an opened file is first time modified and deleted immediately when modified file is saved or closed without saving the changes. On my computer the *.rac files contain always correct file information. The *.rac file contains just the full file name of the temporary file for a modified new file not yet saved with a name. The *.rac file contains the full file name of the temporary file and the full name of the original file for a modified file with a name. *.rac files are not created for files opened without usage of a temporary file as every modification is done immediately on original file.
So if you can see that the *.rac files contain the full file name(s) not correct, there is something wrong on your computer. What's wrong cannot be analyzed by me and I don't have any idea to find out the reason for this behavior. I can only suggest to make the standard tests like checking the drive using chkdsk command of Windows, or test hardware, especially the RAM of the computer. You may use free tool Process Monitor
(Microsoft) with just file system activity monitoring enabled and look what's going on when you edit files in UltraEdit.