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 Problem with the VTOY_DEFAULT_IMAGE parameter
I have configured several plugins Global Control, Menu Class, Theme, Alias and everything works without problems.

I have a problem with the Global Control plugin and parameters:

I wanted the indicated ISO image to boot after 10 seconds in case of no response on my side. The countdown is visible on the screen but unfortunately after ten seconds nothing happens, the monitor screen goes black.  Sad

According to what can be found on the Global Control plugin page, the syntax, in the case of my configuration, should look like this:
{ "VTOY_MENU_TIMEOUT": "10" },
{ "VTOY_DEFAULT_IMAGE": "/ISO/debian_netinstall.iso" },

What could be the problem that it's not working for me?

My Global Control Plugin configuration
    "control": [
        { "VTOY_MENU_LANGUAGE": "pl_PL" },
        { "VTOY_DEFAULT_MENU_MODE": "1" },
        { "VTOY_TREE_VIEW_MENU_STYLE": "1" },
        { "VTOY_MENU_TIMEOUT": "10" },
        { "VTOY_DEFAULT_IMAGE": "/ventoy/Macrium/MacriumReflect_Home_8.1.7336_Rescue_WinPE10.iso" }

Structure on my flash drive:
Folder PATH listing for volume Ventoy
Volume serial number is 4E21-0000
|   ventoy.json
|   |   background.jpg
|   |   and so on :)
|   |  
|   \---icons
|           antergos.png
|           and so on :)
|       Win11_22H2_Polish_x64v1.iso
|       MacriumReflect_Home_8.0.7175_Rescue_WinPE10.iso
|       MacriumReflect_Home_8.1.7336_Rescue_WinPE10.iso
\---ZarzĄdzanie dyskami

Is it possible to use Path Matching option in Global Control plugin? I'll admit that it would be very convenient because there it is also possible to point the path to the ISO file.
Your default image path is wrong
     { "VTOY_DEFAULT_IMAGE": "/ventoy/Macrium/MacriumReflect_Home_8.1.7336_Rescue_WinPE10.iso" }

You should write iso path like that:
     { "VTOY_DEFAULT_IMAGE": "/Macrium/MacriumReflect_Home_8.1.7336_Rescue_WinPE10.iso" }
In my case, the path to the file is correct because I created it through the Plugson plugin

[Image: plugson.png]

My pendrive

[Image: pen.png]

It seems to me that the problem is elsewhere

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