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Affinity Suite group in Start Menu

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Currently, Affinity Suite applications are added directly to the Start menu.
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Personally, I prefer better organization by group, so I created a subgroup for Affinity Suite.
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Which might be of interest to some users as an option when installing applications.

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29 minutes ago, mrtymcln said:

that should already be on your dock

I don't meant to be rude, but you certainly noticed, that it is a list of applications in "Windows". And of course, there is no problem in them pinning the application to the start screen, desktop, or directly to taskbar as needed. But this has nothing to do with the list of applications, which is long and therefore confusing without organizing into groups.

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Some people use only one of applications and then having a group wouldn't make sense.

You can always group apps in start menu yourself.

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8 hours ago, Przemysław said:

group wouldn't make sense.

 

On 6/13/2019 at 11:01 PM, Pšenda said:

interest to some users as an option when installing applications.

 

8 hours ago, Przemysław said:

yourself

Yes, all things can be done on yourself. And yet, most installations choose whether to place a application link to the desktop, to the Start menu, or directly to the taskbar. It is just about the application's maturity and its installation, to make the installation as easy as possible for users, who then don't have to do everything "yourself" (maybe some of them can't even do it).

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On 6/16/2019 at 5:23 PM, Pšenda said:

I don't meant to be rude, but you certainly noticed, that it is a list of applications in "Windows".

I do mean to be rude, but you certainly noticed I said "dock/taskbar". Nice cherry-picking.

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37 minutes ago, mrtymcln said:

I do mean to be rude

If you have to, you have to - you will certainly get many friends on this forum this way.

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