KyleDelaney said: View Post
By the way, I forgot to say it... great guide!

Here's a screenshot as requested. I don't believe it reveals anything my comment does not.

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To provide more information, the faulty behavior applies only to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE. HKEY_CURRENT_USER behaves as expected.

I'm not the only one who has encountered this problem, so please test it for yourself. Change the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE value for some standard exe (I tried Chrome) and then try running that exe.

EDIT: In case you're going to comment on the missing tilde, that makes no difference. The tilde is just used to indicate that a value should append rather than replace. And yes, of course I've tried it both ways.
It appears that HKEY_LOCAL_USER works, HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE does not. I had to create the "Layers" key under AppCompatFlags.