Quote: Originally Posted by Brink
Thank you Dragor. Tutorial updated.
Actually yes Dragor, I also had the same problem and realized that changing it to "n" fixed that.
Anyway, I finally figured out a fix for my problem. It must be a bug, unless it's just my computer, but, apparently, unchecking the box for "Store and display recently opened programs in the Start menu" is what was making it use a new button. When I make sure it is checked, it works like its supposed to... hrm... weird.