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[3.5 Beta 9] Taskbar Shortcuts doesn't recognize the correct Icon + feature request

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DisplayFusion doesn't properly recognize the program's icon using a absolute path.

- Open the Taskbar Shortcuts window
- Press "Add Application"
- Enter a absolute path to a application inside the "Application" textbox.
- Press "OK" and check the missing icon in the shortcut listview.

This bug has been reproduced using several applications. Absolute paths are working fine when using the "Select Application" -> "Browse" method.

Using the direct path method explained above:

Using the alternative method "Select Application" -> "Browse" / selecting the running application:

Is it possible to support drag & drop to re-arrange all shortcuts inside the Taskbar Shortcuts window?
It'd be so much easier and faster than using the "Move Up" and "Move Down" buttons :)

There's also a bug in your forum CMS: When I edit my post before Keith or John has respond it'll change the Thread-State to "Follow Up" instead of "New".
Mar 20, 2012 (modified Mar 20, 2012)  • #1
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on
Looks like in the first screenshot, you had the quotes included in the path? It definitely won't work that way at the moment, but perhaps we should be automatically stripping out the quotes if they're entered, since they're not needed. We'll look into it!

I'll also add your feature request to our list of things to check out, and we'll get the forum big fixed up as well.

Mar 21, 2012  • #2
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That would be a good idea. The standard way of typing a path with spaces is to enclose it in quotes.
Mar 21, 2012  • #3
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We've fixed this all up for DisplayFusion 3.5 Beta 10 (the issue with the quotes in shortcuts).

Mar 22, 2012 (modified Mar 22, 2012)  • #4
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