Item Type Website in Taskbar item selection: when Caption name starts with a numeric character, the caption will be replaced by a website programming error depending on the number  e.g. 'The current component has subcomponents before properties'

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    Details

    When an Item Type Website is added to the Taskbar and the Caption starts with a numeric character, the caption will be replaced by a website programming error depending on the number  e.g. 'The current component has subcomponents before properties'

    Steps:
    1.  Right click on Tool Bar or already displayed Task bar >>  select 'Customize Taskbar ...'

    2.  Right click in Taskbar >> select 'Add New Item' (the same will appear when a group is created)
    3.  Select Website from the drop down 'Item Type'
    4.  Enter in caption: 3M Europe or 4 Your office
    5.  In URL field enter any website address e.g. www.yahoo.com
    6.  Select any ICON and then click OK

    Expectation:
    After editing custom item in Taskbar, the name from the added item should appear as provided in Caption here 3M Europe or 4 Your Office like e.g. in GMPE 9.0.1.49 where this still works as expected


     
    Actual result:
    the added item in the Taskbar shows
    - from the example 3M Europe >> 'The current component has subcomponents before properties'
    - from the example 4 Your Office  >> 'The current property doesn't have name.'
    (looking again into the caption value it will directly be changed into the related error)
     




    Additional information:
    The error depends on the given number in the Caption, it provides for example the following incorrect message.  
    The Caption starts with: 
    # 2 >> the following message appears instead This line should not be here (is following and END)
    # 3 >> the following message appears instead The current component has subcomponents before properties
    # 4 >> the following message appears instead The current property doesn't have name.
    # 5 >> the following message appears instead The current prop doesn't have value.
    # 6 >> the following message appears instead The iCalendar attach is not starting with a BEGIN property.
    # 7 >> the following message appears instead The iCal attachment is not starting with a VCALENDAR component.
    # 8 >> the following message appears instead The data type found is not the expected data type.
    # 9 >> the following message appears instead The iCalendar attachment does not have a METHOD property
    # 10 >> the following message appears instead apply only to activities with contact equal to "%s"
    # 11 >> the following message appears instead The iCalendar attachment does not have a VEVENT component.
    ...
    #31 >> the following message appears instead Please specify a valid directory!
    etc .......

     


    Resolution

    Workaround:
    Either put the caption starting with numbers into single or double quotes like "3M Europe" or '4Your Office'
    or don't start with a numeric value (e.g. put numeric value at the end) e.g. Europe division 3M or For Your Office