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Hello. i have some shortcuts that I have put  on my desktop. The only problem is that an arrow symbol is placed on the bottom left side which sort of covers part of my icons. Is there someway to either remove or reduce/change the shortcut arrow symbols. Is this a local or global change if done? Thanks.
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PawloA, any feedback?
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Thanks. This is exactly what I was looking for. Thanks again.
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