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Hi

 

I've been talking with a few people on TechNet about a problem I've had organising non URL based shortcuts in IE11 on Win 8 and it's an issue not that is not only localised to my installation.

 

I first noticed the issue when I attempted to place a couple of automatic RoboForm logins as my first and second shortcut on IE11's Favourite bar - when I restarted IE they had moved from the set position and were now located in alphabetical order after my URL based shortcuts.

 

I initially thought it might be a problem with my install but now, after speaking with testers on TechNet, I find its something that IE11 does. 

 

I just wonder why?  Is there any way I can get an answer from the IE team?

 

Thanks

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It seems to me this bug: https://connect.microsoft.com/IE/feedback/details/808697/ie11-favorites-bar-bug-local-html-file-links-are-automatically-pushed-to-the-bottom-of-the-list

 

Although you can file new bug and ask around on any of these places about your situation.

 

IE Microsoft Feedback Connect - https://connect.microsoft.com/IE/feedback/

 

Some MSFT also reply to IE blog comments - http://blogs.msdn.com/b/ie/

 

Ask question on IE Dev Chat - https://twitter.com/iedevchat

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Yep, your first link identified the issue. Seems it was never followed up.

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Yep, your first link identified the issue. Seems it was never followed up.

 

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