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Homerun 1.0.0!

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Today, I am happy to announce the release of Homerun 1.0.0. This new version comes with a few new features.

Let's start with the biggest one: favorite reordering by drag and drop. This is one of the most wanted feature requests for Homerun. It lets you reorder your favorite applications and places by holding down the left mouse button and dragging items around.

This short video demonstrates how it works:

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