I can reproduce your problem if I perform the steps in the wrong order.
Try the following and let us know if it helps.
- Right Click on the shelf
- Select Setup
- Choose location for your shortcut and select “before” or “after”
- Highlight “Launch Application”
- Select “Apply”
- Enter your command line to start app and enter the name
- Your now done.
I’m just guessing here but were you selecting the “Launch Application”
and then hitting “Browse” to select your binary? This is how I was able
to reproduce the same error you reported.
I hope this helps.
Jim Lambert wrote:
When I use “Launch Application” I get “Shared library is corrupted”.
“Francois Desautels” <> firstname.lastname@example.org> > wrote in message
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If you mean adding programs to the shelf:
right click on it and select setup. Choose were you want it to appear say
under application and before the welcome. You should ahve a window appear
for new types… select lauch application and hit apply then you should be
able to enter the command that you want to launch. hit apply once more and
there you go you should have your app in the shelf.
Jim Lambert <> firstname.lastname@example.org> > wrote in message
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I’m trying to add a program to my taskbar. The QDN says to select “Run
Program” as the type. I don’t have “Run Program” in my list of options
the type of task that I am adding. I do have “Launch Application” but
gives me a shared library error when I try to add a program using that
So how can I get the “run program” option to appear so that I can add