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sm6gqw
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Pin up platform

I need a pin up option when i install/update a lot of program at same time.

solanus
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Can you explain this more?

It's not clear what you mean by "pin up option", so can you describe this in more detail?

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J Neutron
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Remain Visible

I believe he means "remain visible" so he doesn't have to bring the menu back on-screen for each application installation.

For the original poster - from the PortableApps.com Platform and Suite Support page at: https://portableapps.com/support/portable_apps_suite#advanced

Remain Visible - If you add a line reading RemainVisible=True to your PortableAppsMenu.ini, it will remain visible even when you click off of it or launch an app. You can hide and show it by clicking on the PortableApps.com icon in your system tray.

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sm6gqw
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Correct. My English is bad.

Correct. My English is bad.

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Must disagree :)

Actually, your English is very good. You were perhaps a little to succinct, or brief, but obviously someone understood you. Of course, the more we expand on our questions, the more people will comprehend and be able to help, but don't apologize for your English, when many people who speak it as their only language don't use it nearly as well as you. Smile

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Agreed

Agreed, you don't need to apologize for your English. I believe that to "pin" a window is correct Windows terminology, it just wasn't understood in this context.

BTW, I don't know if this really helps any, but DM2 Portable allows you to pin windows such that they always on top.

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