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gPodder portabilization problem

Submitted by Totoche on December 15, 2020 - 11:12am

Hi,

With gPodder, you can use an online service to synchronize your feed list on several devices: https://gpodder.net/
In the preferences you just have to fill in your login and password.

This service does not work with the version of Papps: we get an error message.

But gPodder is natively portable. I have just done the test with 2 virgin versions and it's the Papps portability that seems to be the problem...

Do you think it's fixable?

How to guide to pin Portable Browsers to the Taskbar without creating duplicate icons.

Submitted by gaveitatry on November 28, 2020 - 11:14am


PROOF THAT IT WORKS:
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UPDATES:
February 03, 2021 - This method no longer works. I had a standalone Firefox Portable browser that was up-to-date and this method was working just fine. But as soon as I did a fresh install of the same portable browser, it quit working. So in the end, I had to use PortableApps.com Platform. I am glad that I did. It makes things a lot easier. But for those people who like tweaking things and learning new stuff, maybe you can use the following information for something else.

KVIrc doens't start when loading from UNC path

Submitted by StrangeDan on October 28, 2020 - 5:41am

I have a bunch of portableapps that I store on a network path so that I don't have to install the same program over on each computer. Most of the programs work fine when accessed via UNC path (\\server\path) but for some reason KVIrc freaks out, tries to load some config from c: and when it can't it is completely unusable. I have to map a network drive and then start KVIrc from the network drive (i.e. x:\portableapps\KVircPortable\kvircportable.exe), at which point it functions perfectly fine.

Why is this, and what can be done to fix it?

Opera Portable detects the Rockstar Games launcher as being another instance of Opera Portable

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Submitted by PaddyM on October 27, 2020 - 7:50am

If I have the Rockstar Games launcher running, I will receive an error when I try to launch Opera Portable, saying that it is already running. If I close the Rockstar Launcher, I can then open Opera Portable. If I open Opera first, I can then open the Rockstar Launcher without any conflicts after that as long as I don't close and reopen Opera.

Does this mean the Rockstar Launcher is built upon Opera Portable? Or maybe just regular Opera? It's kinda weird, whatever the cause!

Cheers!

GoogleChromePortable 86 constantly wipes cookies

Submitted by TagMax on October 12, 2020 - 6:41pm

I've been using GoogleChromePortable (multiple instances) for years now with no issues, updating regularly. The latest update to 86 is causing all of my instances to wipe all cookies pretty regularly (multiple times a day often) after restart. A bit frustrating that I lost all cookies on all instances!

Any thoughts on what is causing this?

Where are Flash Games Saved in each Browser

Submitted by KPS2020 on September 10, 2020 - 8:55pm

I recently went the portable route with PortableApps because I was tried of having to save my data and transport it from computer to computer. I know I can log into things but sometimes I'm not on my machine and I don't want to log into things. So I now have ChromePortable, FireFoxPortable and OperaGXPortable.

Chrome Portable and Portable Passwords Issue

Submitted by zaqik on September 7, 2020 - 11:58am

Hello!

I managed to set up portable passwords (GoogleChromePortable.ini with proper settings near the Launcher) but I have an issue with it. Before I made this settings there were 4 passwords stored in Chrome. After adding the portable passwords I try to add another, 5th password. It stores fine until I run Chrome under another OS. After Chrome starts I go to the settings and see this message

Some settings were reset
https://i.imgur.com/qez6mME.png

How to install several separate versions of Chrome Portable - NOT "update"

Submitted by Asteriz on September 1, 2020 - 11:06pm

I forgot what it actually does and whether there is some way to control that latter in the install process but the first prompt upon running say GoogleChromePortable_68.0.3440.84_online.paf.exe is downright scary. I don't want to run any risk of the thing even thinking about "updating" anything - ever. I just want it to park all it's bits into whatever folder I give it - no less and no more.

Is there a command line switch or something?

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