Yes, I am aware that similar bug reports have been posted, however the one that you posted is specific for Windows 8. Although the way Roblox updates/installs and how Windows handles app data though out the years have been consistent, Windows 10 architecture is different from Windows 8, 7 etc. Those bug reports are also outdated with incorrect formatting and there’s not really one specifically for Windows 10.
It looks like Windows 10 changed the way it handles items pinned to the Start Menu, so our code isn’t able to successfully update Start Menu links (taskbar and desktop links should be updated fine). I’ll file a bug internally for this, and we will let you know when we’ve fixed the issue.
Hi, are there any updates on this issue? This bug still occurs (repro steps are the same as above) on Windows 10 Home, version 20H2. I find it pretty bothersome as I use the start menu for all of my shortcuts and I find myself having to replace the shortcut every update.
Hey y’all! Sorry to hear this is still happening. It seems like the ticket may have slipped between the cracks back then…I’ll go file a new ticket and link this thread to the engineer picking it up. Thanks for the patience!
Hi, this is still happening. I’m on Windows 11 now (which is technically Windows 10 2) and Roblox Studio still deletes and recreates shortcuts. This is an issue for me because I’m using a high DPI display and the new shortcut doesn’t have the DPI override so I have always re-open Studio after editing the new shortcut. This wouldn’t be a problem if high DPI was supported, which I know is on the way, but it’d be nice to have my pinned Start menu shortcuts stay pinned.