Or are you trying to make it such that a user can simply drop his program into the object and it updates then?
Yes The Menu system wether Graphics or Media, etc., will allow the user to drop the software link into the object like in the following link:
Graphics Menu opened by Graphics Menu tab on the Bar at top center/right side of the date: https://www.wincustomize.com/zoom.aspx?skinid=24943&libid=13
You can see the software dropped shortcuts on top of the "Graphics Menu Back", but you can also see the let's say "MenuBackShortCut1" as a rectangle behind and around the software links, it's really just the first background object used behind the real "Dropped Shortcuts", like the Adobe Media player right side middle way down the toggled Graphic's menu background object, making it look as if we have an mouse away shortcut, butt really there is the "MenuBackShortCut1", and the shortcut image on top of it with the 'shortcut image name at the bottom of it all.
The scripting is placed into the Larger toggled "Graphic's Menu Image", with Graphics as a label at the bottom and has the gold coloring in the image.
Everytime the user drops a new shortcut object onto the "Graphic's Menu", it places the first "MenuBackShortCut1", png file behind the new shortcut. Then when the use wants to launch a shortcut the "MenuBackShortCut1", will on "DesktopX.Object -- Short cut name" event change the image behine the short cut to "MenuBackShortCut2" and then they click the image and launch the application.
Hope this helps, I will do an image of the Graphics Menu and show the 1st and 2nd shortcut images in use and then all I have to do is figureout how to get the vbscript right.
The really COOL part of this menu system is that you can drag and drop a shortcut to the Graphics Background layer and have 1 shortcut background image on the actual "Mouse away" state and then use another shortcut background image show behind the shortcut in the actual "Mouse away" with out scripting the shortcut itself at all just the main Graphics Background. That frees you to actually do this and make the realy top shortcut zoom in and out with it's script area.
Hope this helps and will get a note off to yu when I get the illistratution up showing process...
Thanks a million again...