Yeah its one of the few things I like about ThinApp as compared to JPE or Xenecode.
ThinApp also seems to be better at "sandboxing" than the others.
You can really get creative with multiple installs and "virtual entry points" in a single ThinApp build.
I have experimented with multiple applications that have the "sandbox" named the same allowing the portable apps to be used
individually or in tandem;sharing the same virtual registry/file system.
(thanx 2 Glamster for that simple little stroke of geneusss)
But you already know where to go for such tips\experiments Freakazoid....I've seen you around
and I have a couple of your portables too.JauntePE
is just so much easier from the user's perspective though;
JPE portables usually seem to load faster and you can modify them as needed (and its free for personal use!!
so it will always be my first attempt when trying to make a portable launcher.
The NSIS/PortableApps.com method is also nice in the same regards but much harder to make properly.
Xenecode is just weird and slow and is always a last ditch effort
(which usually ends up working when nothing else does