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One minor weakness, it does not remember after a reboot.-Steven Avery (November 24, 2018, 12:25 PM)
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What doesn't survive a reboot?  The pinned shortcut in your taskbar?  If so, it seems to survive for me under Windows 7.   :huh:  All I did was start the app, right-click its button in the taskbar, and chose "Pin this program to taskbar."   :)

-skwire (November 24, 2018, 03:42 PM)
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You can also go to "%userprofile%\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Chrome Apps" and copy the shortcut somewhere else.

Steven Avery:
I probably either forgot the pin to taskbar, or maybe it should be done for each user?  I'll check that later. All seems fine now.

This is really a fantastic App. I now have Protopage, Linoit, Lastpass, Facebook and Messenger pinned. More coming. I am also going to see if it handles two separate pins for the same app ( e.g. a Protopage for personal and one for business.) That worked very well when Google Chrome had it act together.

Thanks to the team for finding this superb program!


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