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Windows 10 jumplists not playing too well with DB

Windows 10 jumplists not playing too well with DB

zio carlos
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I just relocated the shared dropbox folder from my employer from my PC's C drive to my internal E drive. But I am having problems updating my taskbar jumplists with the associated files.  I'm talking about selecting my often-used files and pinning them into the respective jumplists by dragging and dropping. I was, however, able to easily re-pin my folders jumplist. Is this normal?

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zio carlos
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It seems to have sorted itself out over the last few days.

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Hannah
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Hey @zio carlos, thanks for reaching out to our Community.

 

Can you please give us some more info on what happens, when you try to pin your files to your jump lists?

 

A couple of screenshots or a short screen recording of the situation would also definitely help.

 

Thanks in advance!


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zio carlos
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It seems to have sorted itself out over the last few days.

zio carlos
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My jumplist has actually been showing some reluctance to opening files. It will say something like it can't be found. However, if I right-click it and select ''open with..'' and I select the appropriate program, the file will open.

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