Win 7 Home Premium
Objectdock Plus v2
Thanks for your reply.
I guess I wasn't clear.
Any shortcuts I attach directly to the dock work fine.
The problem is with a shortcut on the dock that opens a folder of program shortcuts, or drops down a list of those shortcuts (I have it selected to drop down a list). The list is all the commonly used programs on my computer. If I click on a shortcut for a 32-bit program, it runs OK. However, if I click on a 64-bit program, I get the error as stated below.
"C:\Program Files (x86)\Comodo\Comodo Internet Security\cfp.exe
The specified path does not exist
Check the path and try again."
This error says it can't find the program (Comodo, in this case) in the 32-bit programs folder, which, of course, is true, because Comodo installs into the 64-bit programs folder.
So, the problem is, why does ObjectDock look in the wrong folder to find the program??? I have checked the shortcut over and over, and the program location (Target) is definitely shown as C:\Program Files\Comodo\Comodo Internet Security\cfp.exe.
If I open that same folder of program shortcuts, and then double-click on the Comodo shortcut, the program starts correctly.