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QuoteYes unfortunately it can't be added because it's shareware.Just to bump this topic out of curiousity. I've found Winrar being present in Patch My PC. Winrar is shareware too. What's the difference?
QuoteWe will now show the strike through for apps where auto update was disabled at the app level even if the global setting for "Disable Silent Install Of Apps" is enabled.I will have a look at it, thank you, however, this could work confusing for other users, because a strike through would rather give an impression of "ignore from scan" then "do not auto update".
QuoteAs for the fix: There is still an issue which we need to investigate since I don't have any double entry's in the uninstaller.Due to your comment in the other thread I found the problem cause.
QuoteYou can check the uninstall tab in Patch My PC for the version entry the application currently had in add and remove programs.I think we found the issue in my system.
QuoteDon't scan apps the have been skipped. If that option in checked, we won't list it on the right or list the any coloring on the left. Does that sounds like what you are looking for?It's just an idea, it's also alright to list those on the right on the bottom of the list. The main idea is that it does not catch the eye immediately every time, because it's set as ignored. So your solution would make me happy also.
QuoteWhat is probably happening is you have multiple entries of the application in the registry / Uninstall Programs.Nope I don't. I always uninstall programs better then normal because I'm using the Your Uninstaller application. Just to be sure I doublechecked the way you said but those program's are only mentioned once in the uninstaller. So there is something wrong somewhere.
QuoteSo you are looking for us to add another context option per app to disable silent updating per app right? You can already skip auto-updates(Checking) per app? This is actually an item we wanted to look at for V4, but didn't have the cycles to implement by release date.No I'm not looking for that, but that might be an interesting option for other users. The reason I put this idea was to be (out of a point of programming) making it easier to make the split option mentioned after that, which you say that would make sense.
QuoteWhat we will do is likely add an addtional option in the options panel that say's something like. Don't Scan Skipped Apps. If that option in checked, we won't list it on the right or list the any coloring on the left. Does that sounds like what you are looking for?That's also an option, would be fine too if it could be done that way.
QuoteNot sure i'm following this? Red apps should show first in the top of the right textbox.I was a bit unclear about this I guess. They indeed show first in top of the right textbox, so far nothing wrong. This comment was depending on the working of the disabling auto update. So not updated programs (which are not set to ignore) to always keep this like it is now on top, so also when auto update and/or silint update is disabled.
QuoteAs far as the outdated listing on the right that is expected even if the app isn't set to auto update we still want to list it out to let you know it's outdatedOke but the issue is that they are -not- outdated anymore. I updated them manually. So after a rescan or restart, they should be shown in green at least.
QuoteWith that said, we are open to feedback on this feature and how you would like to see it work.I appreciate that. I would like to see it working a bit more like PSI does. I will try to explain.
QuoteThe cross line will also be a visual element letting you know auto update is disabled for the app.Which cross line? I don't see any cross line. Next to that, the app is not ignored from the check.