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Old 11-17-2011, 03:39 AM   #9
LoganK
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Originally Posted by robko View Post
is there a reason they have to be installed there or that a B&N choice that there has to be this hidden partition that the apps have to be installed on (i.e. is there a general technical reason or is this a B&N decision)?
There is no very good reason for standard applications(*). It is mostly a decision made by B&N.

(*) Applications that run all the time like widgets, live wallpapers, and replacement keyboards are special. As far as I know, the B&N App store does not include any of these.

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Originally Posted by bgalbrecht View Post
I think this is a mistake on B&N's part. B&N doesn't show how full their partition is
This shortcoming has been addressed in version 1.4.
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