I'm not sure how you can say it "works as it should"
It works fine if you only deal with 32-bit applications and never need to use the sys tray - maybe.
- it doesn't create icons for 64 bit apps correctly and while it is thoroughly pathetic that 64 bit has been around for ages and software is rarely 64 bit even today, there are more and more 64 bit apps coming around
- it doesn't handle the sys tray at all (so you can't really get rid of the task bar) - could be a plug in for this but the app should do it by default since the sys tray has been in windows since the dawn of time
- it doesn't handle steam apps correctly - and granted steam isn't a part of windows but when you consider it has 65m users and Stardock themselves distribute their games thru Steam you might think it would get some consideration. If windows itself is able to figure out what icon belongs to a Steam shortcut, then OD should be able to do so as well
Considering the absolute zero responses to this thread or the other one I posted here I would guess this product is dead, which is pretty sad.
I could probably get a response on this faster posting about it on the GalCiv III forum, which is pretty pathetic.
PS - Rocketdock has similar limitations and problems, which would suggest that this seemingly basic functionality is due to windows itself or something, which makes this product totally useless and is another reason to love/hate MS (I develop in C#/.net and generally love MS but they do some damn annoying things - like IE being a constant thorn in the side of web developers/designers, rendering HTML in outlook with Word, plenty of other stuff, and now this?).