Are you going to publish Listary 6 to Microsoft Store,too?
I think it could be useful for users to have a centralized update system.
Applications in the Microsoft store runs in a restricted mode. Publishing Listary to Microsoft Store will disable most of its functions.
that’s not true. you can apply for a permission called using all the system resources or something like that. and you will be able to do what ever you want, with UAC authorized of course.
Unfortunately, there are still many limitations even with “All system resources”. For example, you can’t install a service or start Listary as admin with Windows, which makes it impossible to use the fast disk search engine.
Thanks for reply, I am not a developer but I am currently using “Snipaste”. They DID find a way to support install a service to allow the tool start up as admin along with Windows. But I am sorry I dont know how they did it.
For what do I need such an Update system ?
Currently I just right click the Listary tray icon and select Check for Updates.
I like that more than an Store driven update which does things I don’t want at certain times.
Thanks for the information. I’ll check Snipaste and evaluate the possibility of disturbing Listary on Windows Store. Also, I happen to know the developer of Snipaste
Great to the Microsoft Store possibility! See Snipaste, QuickLook and Listary all in the store will be a great experience.