JumpTask.Title JumpTask.Title JumpTask.Title JumpTask.Title Property

Definition

Gets or sets the text displayed for the task in the Jump List.

public:
 property System::String ^ Title { System::String ^ get(); void set(System::String ^ value); };
public string Title { get; set; }
member this.Title : string with get, set
Public Property Title As String

Property Value

The text displayed for the task in the Jump List. The default is null.

Examples

The following example shows how to declare a JumpTask in markup. The JumpTask opens a text file name readme.txt in the Notepad application.

<JumpTask Title="Read Me" 
          Description="Open readme.txt in Notepad." 
          ApplicationPath="C:\Windows\notepad.exe"
          IconResourcePath="C:\Windows\System32\imageres.dll"
          IconResourceIndex="14"
          WorkingDirectory="C:\Users\Public\Documents"
          Arguments="readme.txt"/>

The following example shows how to configure a JumpTask in code. The JumpTask opens the Calculator application.

// Configure a new JumpTask.
JumpTask jumpTask1 = new JumpTask();
// Get the path to Calculator and set the JumpTask properties.
jumpTask1.ApplicationPath = Path.Combine(Environment.GetFolderPath(Environment.SpecialFolder.SystemX86), "calc.exe");
jumpTask1.IconResourcePath = Path.Combine(Environment.GetFolderPath(Environment.SpecialFolder.SystemX86), "calc.exe");
jumpTask1.Title = "Calculator";
jumpTask1.Description = "Open Calculator.";
jumpTask1.CustomCategory = "User Added Tasks";

Remarks

Typically, the Title property must be set for the JumpTask to appear in the Jump List as a clickable task.

Alternatively, you can visually separate items in a Jump List by creating a JumpTask that does not have a Title and CustomCategory specified. This empty JumpTask will be displayed as a horizontal line in the Jump List. In this case, other properties can be set, but they will not have any effect.

Applies to