I have a problem running Inkscape (1.2.1) in portable mode.
(I had no problems with 0.9..2? last year; uninstalled it, and reinstalled the current version today via the platform's integrated app manager).
1. When I run it from the menu / via "InkscapePortable.exe", the launcher splash shows up, but not Inkscape itself (despite being present in the taskmanager / details).
2. When I run the launcher as administrator, it works as expected - with the fact, that I have to fill the annoying UAC popup with an even more annoyingly long admin user / password.
3. When I launch Inkscape "unportable" by "Inkscape.exe" (..and cleaning up afterwards), it also works - without admin rights.
In scenario 1, "InkscapePortable.exe" is launched with UAC virtualization OFF, while the spawned "Inkscape.exe" has it ON.
Other portable apps, e.g. Database Browser or Paint.net have both OFF, launcher & app
In 2. (admin mode, when it works) both processes have UAC-V disabled
In 3., UAC-V for "Inkscape.exe" is still enabled, but as mentioned before, the app starts and can be used normally.
(OS is Windows 10 x64, 21H2, Build 19044.1766; PortableApps is on a network share, but with a mapped drive; and as mentioned, I don't have problems with the other 20+ portable apps)
Any ideas on this?
Is there a launcher option to start the program with(out) UAC-V?
(I don't know if UAC-V is the culprit, but it is the only visible difference / distinctive feature)
Thanks in advance!