if I assign "program to execute" value with whitespaces (example: /opt/Some Folder/SomeFile.sh), then error displays "Failed to execute child process "/opt/Some " (No such file or directory)" when I double click on shortcut. if I assign "program to execute" value with quotes (example: "/opt/Some Folder/SomeFile.sh"), then InstallBuilder automatically adds "/home/username/" into "program execute" value (command field in shortcut = "/home/username/"/opt/Some Folder/SomeFile.sh""). How can I assign "program to execute" value with whitespaces in shortcut properties on Linux?

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