Yep, that was intentional. Please explain your usage scenario
Why did you do this? I prefer to group items in my menu in various folders that I create. For example, I put anything relating to the operating system into a 'Windows' folder. This includes the folder Accessories, Admin Tools, PowerShell etc. I use another folder (Entertainment) for anything relating to video or audio playback and 'Browsers' to group the different browsers that I use, like Chrome, Edge, Brave etc. After installing 2.9.5 I had to locate the 'Start Menu' folders on the System drive and move all the items manually. This is something I will have to do each time I install or update any of the software. [Snip_20200907101818](//muut.com/u/startisback/s1/:startisback:aC5T:snip_20200907101818.png.jpg)
Sorry, the last image was incorrect. Here is the correct one. [Snip_20200907102622](//muut.com/u/startisback/s1/:startisback:j4Su:snip_20200907102622.png.jpg)
Generally, All Programs is not intended to be changed manually and apps don't expect their shortcuts to be moved. Also, StartIsBack is not optimized for that scenario. However, your scenario needs to be supported as well so likely I'm going to revert those changes. Search 'start_sortbyname' in this forum to workaround your issue for now
Thanks, I had already found the ‘start_sortbyname’ workaround. I can't be the only person wanting to personalise the locations of shortcuts in the All Programs section. Will the workaround always work? If so, that's good enough for me.
Fixed in 2.9.6