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tsneller
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Rename Menu Items

Some programs are compiled with ridiculous descriptions in the "Internal Name" of the program Properties, which is what Portable Apps seems to display. It would be nice to be able to easily change the displayed name if required.

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This will be possible

with the 1.5 release of the Platform.

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When'll it be possible to

When'll it be possible to use 1.5 then?

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After it's released. 1.1 was

After it's released. 1.1 was just released, and I think we'll have an alpha test version of 1.5 next week.

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If you can't wait …

… try geek.menu.

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Removin/Editing Menu Items

Just downloaded the program, has great potential!

I would also welcome the ability to remove & rename menu items, so Ilook forward to the next release Smile

Thanks for this Great Free App

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any idea why the minor number

any idea why the minor number is beng incremented by 4?

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Because

it will be a big change over 1.0 & 1.1.

RogerL
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but why 1.5 - is it because

but why 1.5 - is it because it's halfway between 1 & 2?

Is it common for minor version numbers to jump by an amount which is proportional to the size of the changes? (I've never seen this sort of thing in changelogs/history files before)

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Firefox, Thunderbird

Don't forget about Firefox 1.5 and Thunderbird 1.5.

We may actually just go with 2.0 instead.

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