Thursday, August 19, 2021 by Island Dog | Discussion: Stardock Blog
One of the most requested features for Fences has been target-based rules, which we added in the latest Fences update. There's a variety of uses for target-based rules, but the one we'll talk about today is using these rules to make Steam desktop shortcuts go directly to a fence of your choosing.
Open the Fences configuration and open the 'Sorting & organizing' window. Now, look for the "target-based rules" section.
Clicking the text there will give you some options on how you want to create this rule. For this example, we'll use the 'Link's target contains...' rule.
Now, a new window comes up where we can add the parameters for our new rule. Selecting the drop-down menus will give you several options to choose from. For the Steam links we'll start off with defining them like this: target starts with steam://.
Click 'Add additional criteria' to add another entry.
For this one, we'll select the icon type and set it as a shortcut (link) as that is what a Steam shortcut is. Click OK and we can now set which fence we want these icons to be placed in. Here I chose my Steam Games fence.
Now all your Steam shortcuts should be organized into your selected folder!
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