IE6 Links Toolbar Question

P4i6g / P4i65g
July 29, 2010 at 08:31:04
Specs: Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition, 2.8 GHz / 2.0 Gb
I wasn't sure where to ask this IE6 related question, so I'll toss it out here.

(Please, no comments on the use IE6. It's a corporate image that I have very limited control over.)

Anyway, I opened IE6 this morning and found that the links in my Links Toolbar were arranged in alphabetical order, instead of the order I had them in yesterday.

What key-stroke could have caused this? I certainly didn't purposely go through any menu steps to alphabetize them, and I don't recall them being alphabetized when I left work last night.

Could a corporate software push have done this?

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July 29, 2010 at 14:46:06
Could you have somehow hit the "sort by name" option?

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July 29, 2010 at 16:35:14
If I did, it would have been strange that I didn't realize I was right-clicking a blank spot in the tool bar and choosing that option. The only blank spot available is at the far right side just before the overflow arrows.

I did notice after I posted my question that our IT department pushed a new hard disk encryption program down to our machines last night. Today, a few of us started having some network related issues with apps that need to verify licenses at launch.

While they don't seem related, I guess it's possible that something they did impacted IE6.

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