I just found this out the hard way, having to use Process Monitor to determine why whenever I'd start some of my apps, Xpadder would pop up with a message stating "File cannot be found or cannot be opened". Seems that in some cases, the file name of the profile being set up in AutoProfile is recorded without the file extension in the ini file, while in other cases the full path (including extension) does get recorded. I've had this problem with both 2014.07.01 and 2015.01.01.
The user-side fix is easy enough (open xpadder.ini, add the file extensions to AutoProfilenProfile lines as needed) but it'd be better if Xpadder would ensure that the extension always gets included.
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