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How to modify a Shortcut table so that the Shortcut's "Start in" property contains the app's install location.

I've modified my MSI with Orca so that the app's Shortcut is placed in a particular hard-coded location.

I'd like to have the "Start in" location property of the Shortcut reflect the app's install location.



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wjm013Author Commented:

Inserting "TARGETDIR" in the WkDir field in the Shortcut table solved the problem.
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