TheRaith
Hey I've been asking for some features for a while and I'm hoping to hear about their progress as they weren't advertised in the patch notes.
-Not having to always click yes before Hialgo injects
-Disabling the saved cache that hialgo tries to make each inject as it makes loading up a game far too slow
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QuiteReluctant
Hi TheRaith,

we have not worked on your requests yet; we have lost track of them, which is very unfortunate. [frown]

I will raise this with HiAlgoBoost guy.

Disabling using the cache should be easy; suppressing injection prompt - less so.

I reviewed your previous posts and see that I have apologized for the delay before. Blushing... [sneaky] We are getting distracted with various problems, this is why.
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HiAlgoBoost
1) Suppressing the pop-up can be done by copying HiAlgoBoost files directly into the Skyrim folder (in this case you don't need to run HiAlgoBoost.exe) - but I wouldn't recommend it, because this way it is a headache to configure it to work with SKSE, ENB, etc...

2) The cache files are meant to speed things up during gameplay. If you accumulated too much of irrelevant shaders (for example, if you experimented with several mods that you are currently not using) - you can simply delete the cache files from TESV config folder ( something like My Documents\My Games\HiAlgo\BOOST_v5.0\C[wink]Steam)steamapps)common)Skyrim)TESV ) - delete cache1 and cache.bck, and they will be recreated containing only the relevant shaders.

otherwise disabling caching is not possible (without a new specific release). How large is your cache1 file? If it is larger than 5MB than maybe something is wrong...
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TheRaith

The cache was never a problem in Skyrim, however I play Path Of Exile with the boost which ends up saving 10MB every time I open the game. This is most likely due to how little the game is optimized. I've gotten in the habit of just deleting the cache but it would be a great quality of life bonus to just disable the cache in scenarios like this. 

I would also ask as a side note for a post explaining what each flag does in the settings, as these seem to offer a lot of extra customization to the settings. Thanks for all that you guys do, this work of genius is really one of the only reasons I can play games on the computers currently available to me [smile]

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QuiteReluctant
Your both suggestions are good. (About the flags - we probably should hide those for internal use and explain those for the end users)/

Thanks!
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