|07 Jul 2012||#1|
Order of icons in Quick Launch changes after application updates
I'm wondering if anyone has a solution to this: lately, when I update an application which I have in my Quick Launch toolbar, its icon move to the end of the list of icons (as if it were a newly installed program and not one that had simply been updated). This means every time I update, say, Firefox, or Thunderbird, or Seamonkey, etc., I have to go into the Quick Launch toolbar and drag it back to its proper place.
Is there any way to address this or is it something that's changed in how Mozilla updates its programs? Ideally (and what used to happen) is that most program icons stayed put after the programs they pointed to were updated.
Thanks for any help anyone can provide!
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|09 Jul 2012||#4|
No, it doesn't. I just tried updating Firefox on my Win 7 Pro X64 and the existing icon stayed where it was.
Are you really talking about Quick Launch as it was in XP and Vista or the new scheme that Windows 7 implemented. I followed the instructions by Ronnie Vernon here Please restore the Quick Launch.
to get the real Quick Launch back.
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