Hello. I've been holding off on updating Firefox to version 14, because my favorite theme, Charamel, is not yet compatible with it (but I'm hoping it will be soon). Today, when I launched the platform & it checked for updates, I absent-mindedly clicked to have it install the updates, and I forgot to uncheck Firefox first. So, I just got done going back to Firefox 13. I had to search around for the installer first (I don't know why there isn't a simple link for these older versions on the main page on this site for Firefox Portable), but then I discovered that after I enabled Charamel & restarted it, the update to version 14 that I'd accidentally downloaded before must've still been there somewhere, since it was installed again upon restarting. Since I wasn't finding an answer re: where that update would be very quickly, I decided to just try renaming the Firefox folder on my drive, installing Firefox 13 in a fresh folder, and then copying over my profile folder, hoping the version 14 update wasn't in the profile folder. Fortunately, that worked, and I'm now back to version 13 with Charamel, but I'd rather not have to do that again, so is there a way to stop the platform from checking for updates for Firefox, but still have it check for updates for other programs? I really like that feature, so that I don't have to keep doing it all manually, like I used to have to, but it would be good to be able to exclude specific programs from the check so that you don't accidentally update programs that you don't want to, for whatever reason. Thank you.