When I open multiple documents by marking them in a file explorer and hitting the enter key, Sumatra PDF overwrites the portable settings with a default version of the settings.
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The system requirements for Sumatra PDF are "Windows Vista, 7, 8, 10, 11", which suggests the 64bit version of Sumatra PDF. However, only the 32bit version is included in the PAF.
Due to memory restrictions, the 32bit version of Sumatra PDF cannot open big files (either one huge file or several big files). This is a problem when Sumatra PDF is used as a comic book reader. High quality cbr/cbz are often several hundred MB in size, and some are >1GB.
I was recently prompted to update GnuCash to version 4.8 and did so. When I subsequently launched the program I found that my preferences had been removed, presumbaly reset to default. Also, GnuCash did not open my database by default, I had to manually open it (File > Open...).
I've got an idea this may have occurred in the past but I don't think it's happened with every GnuCash Update. That is, my preferences are usually not affected by an update. My question is: is this (preferences being reset) an expected behaviour with version 4.8, or a glitch?
Hello Friends. This is my first post in this forum. Recently I am suffering from an issue with my computer. Yesterday I saved some word documents from the office on my home computer by pen drive and I can't edit or modify them in any way. I don't understand why this is happening, and how this problem can be solved. Can anyone help me with this?
Changes made for font type or font size of Highlight (created by Comment\Area Highlight) are not stored after program restart. 'Setting Current Properties as Default' does not make any difference.
Windows 7 x64, fully updated; FoxIt Reader Portable Apps version 10.1.1.37576
I have encountered multiple occurances of FoxIt Reader 10.1.1 losing it's settings (my choices in it's "Preferences" menu and my choice of "skin" from it's menu). It is reverting to ALL of it's default settings. That means the application will "call home" to FoxIt with information for it's "User Experience Improvement" feature (also enabled by default, and did you know it did this?) That also means the default "Start Page" with it's advertising is enabled; BAH! Humbug!
I have run the PAF installer for Gnumeric Portable, then I have open Gnumeric: interface is in english.
So I have browsed inside of
and there are some .mo files for italian language.
Then I have seen in -> C:\PortableApps\GnumericPortable\App\AppInfo\Launcher the file 'GnumericPortable.ini' and last rows are:
(changed to: it_IT=it)
Installed and all seems fine. Much appreciated.
I have recently installed Foxit Reader Portable v10.1.0 of PortableApps.
Now I have seen that are some folders in AppData
1. C:\Users\user_name\AppData\Roaming\Foxit Software\Addon
2. C:\Users\user_name\AppData\Roaming\Foxit Software\Foxit Reader