.lnk files not working correctly?

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by highend, Apr 24, 2017.

  1. highend

    highend MDL Junior Member

    Oct 5, 2008
    On Windows 8.1 I used .lnk files in this way:
    "R:\Chromium\App\Chromium\chrome.exe" --user-data-dir="R:\Chromium\Data\Profiles\%USERNAME%" --no-default-browser-check --allow-outdated-plugins --disk-cache-dir=nul --disk-cache-size=0 --media-cache-size=0
    This was working fine, this "portable" Chromium accepted all command line parameters when the .lnk
    file was double clicked.

    With Win 10 it doesn't work^^ It seems none of the parameters is used (easy to see because it doesn't use my profile folder with --user-data-dir).

    This issue is only related to the .lnk files
    When I open a command prompt and execute the command from above, all parameters are recognized as expected

    Is this a known bug?