Is there a keyboard shortcut or a way to set one to open the menu without having to click on the tray icon?
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I installed portable apps but when I put it on my work computer (where I am not registered as an admin user) I was not been able to access my flash drive. Ever since then I have not been able to access my flash drive. My computer recognizes the flash drive but it says that I have 0 free space and 0 space altogther. Has anyone else had this problem? How could I go about clearing and maybe even reformatting my flash? I have tried disk mangement and it does not recognize it. Any help would be great. Thanks.
I was wondering if there was a way to create subfolders in the menu just like there are in the Windows start menu--so I could have a pop-out folder of "Internet" with Gaim and Firefox for example. Thanks
Some public PCs don't allow access to the system tray. Having the Portable Apps Menu minimise to the taskbar or use a windowshade mode when a program is selected would be really useful.
I'm experiencing the following, rather obscure behaviour and was wondering whether anyone out there could lend a kindly hand. This is the same for other progs but for explanation's sake I shall refer to my portable version of opera. The following is what happens in a series of scenarios:
Maybe this has been addressed elsewhere, and if so I apologize ahead of time. I've looked but haven't seen it anywhere, though I may be overlooking it.
Hello everybody. These day, I'm working on PAM to integrate it in my launcher (ASuite) as new menu and I conceived to add png support. Therefore I'm looking for a component to read png files.
I found this component: ImageFileLib ( https://sourceforge.net/projects/imagefilelib/ ), released under no license (public domain?). I tried to convert a png to bmp and load it in a TImage component. It seem works fine.
I used this simple code (in form's event create):
procedure TForm1.FormCreate(Sender: TObject); var PNG :TPNGGraphic; BMP :TBitmap; begin BMP :=TBitmap.Create;
i'm comletely happy with this great tool, but on tiny littly thing.
I made two new folders in the PortablsApps Directory, one for portable Putty and one for the Portable version of Trillian
They both work fine, but only if i start them with the .exe file from their directory.
When i start them from the menue they start too, but it seems as they dont start completely. Putty for example does not show the saved connections when started from the menue and trillian does not start all plugins, when started from the menue.
in the menu of PAM, there is a button to close the menu progam, I wish this button can eject the disk in the same time, just like the U3 menu. Although i know that i can eject the disk without using the safe mode,but it can be better for user.
}:) Let me start by stating that I have searched the entire forums site for the answer to my question before posting it here...
I really love the PAM launcher, but wondered now that there are at least two applications as of this date (ClamWin and Audacity) that have 'updates'...