Quote: Originally Posted by win7clutz
I don't know why anyone would concern themselves with someone else's choices... Geezzzz
Because I'm trying to help, but I can't do that if I can't get a grip on exactly what the problem is.
I think I must have misunderstood what it is inetMark wants to do, because to insist on using a desktop shortcut to switch to a running instance of a program, when there is a button there in the task bar that does exactly the same job without causing any problems, seems unlikely.
I am assuming I must have got the wrong end of the stick. If I can grasp exactly what it is that's needed, there's a chance I can help with a solution. Another possibility is that inetMark has misdescribed the issue - it is, after all, characterised rather differently now from what was originally posted. Again, if we can get to the bottom of it all then a solution may become apparent.
I thought that helping others was what this forum was all about, and am surprised at your choosing to expend your energies criticising me instead.