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Dear friends,

I have this tiny problem and need to know how to get rid of it.
When there are updates in the store it is only natural that you may not want to update all. Then how do you get rid of the sign of the remaining updates( those you do not want to update) which lingers permanently on top of the application store icon?
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You should be able to right click them and select the hide option (I think - I don't have any updates to test this with right now).

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I do not see how to do that. I opened the Application Store, right click on the unwanted apps but nothing happened, no option for hide.
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See the post by dmbrownaa in this thread.

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