SharePoint Custom List with Custom Content Types and Custom Display Forms

I got stuck with having multiple content types having custom forms. I could not bind the content types other than the default one. I came accross with a solution on the internet which I would like to add here on my post for future reference (but I am hoping Microsoft will rectify this bug on their end):

http://joshmccarty.com/2011/02/sharepoint-custom-list-with-custom-content-types-and-custom-display-forms/comment-page-1/#comment-1166

The trick is to make the other content types as default before binding them in the list properties – supporting file. A cumbersome work but it paid off.

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