Just did an update to SkinStudio v7.4 as reported through Stardock Central this morning and had several installation issues.
After installation I noticed that when running it, the About box still said v7.3. So I went to C:\Program Files (x86)\Stardock\Object Desktop and noticed that there were two folders, one that said just 'SkinStudio' and another that said 'SkinStudio7'. My OD shortcut was set to the old 'SkinStudio7' folder so I had to change it to the new installs executable in the 'SkinStudio' folder. Why the change in folder names and why did it not automatically uninstall the old version? I corrected things and just deleted the old folder manually and ran my registry cleaners.
Also, the install created some links in all programs that I had to manually delete also, one of them was "activate", one was "deelevate", and the other was called "sks_post". Were these intentional? The new install also forced me to enter my OD Subscription key again even though SKS was already registered.
Also, why was the issue of not being able to pin SKS to the taskbar or start menu in Windows 7 not fixed?
Also, why was the issue of retaining old skin image and file names when you do a 'Save as' not fixed. For instance, I just did a save as on my Classy skin, and when I go into the newly created skins folder, just about all the file names still have the word "Classy" in them and they did not change over to the new skins file name.
Also, why is there nowhere to see a list of changes for the new SKS v7.4? I can't see anything different at all, same bugs as in v7.3 everywhere too.
My OS is Windows 7 64-bit.