Re: Windows 10 Start menu does not list Commander
"You can configure the Launcher to automatically start those components when it starts."toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
Yes, I understand that functionality and have Launcher so configured.
However, if I want to start only Commander (say, for testing purposes), Launcher in its "automatic start" configuration is cumbersome because it starts everything (i.e., everything it is configured to start). On my computer, Launcher takes 25+ seconds to get everything going and 20+ seconds to shut everything down. Inconvenient if testing only one member of the suite. This is the reason I was looking for Commander in the Windows Start menu dropdown. Is it practical for to get Commander to show up in the Windows Start menu dropdown?
Another question: The help page "file:///C:/DXLab/Launcher/Help/ControllingApplications.htm" has a section named "Group Control Buttons". That section indicates an Abort button is included in Launcher, along with Start, Minimize, Restore and Terminate. My Launcher (2.1.2) window does not have the Abort button. Should the Abort button be there?
On 4/5/2020 9:55 PM, Dave AA6YQ wrote:
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