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    Smile How to create a shortcut on 10.2. 64

    Hi, I D/L Ff3 and found out very quickly it had probs, so I ditched it. Went back to Ff2. I then D/l Flock to my Desktop and extracted it to Flock(folder) however I am at a loss as to how create a shortcut for it. I am at present opening the folder and clicking on the Flock file and away it goes. I would prefer a shortcut on the desktop. Flock by the way has Flash!

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    Default Re: How to create a shortcut on 10.2. 64

    On Thu, 19 Jun 2008 15:06:04 GMT
    dened <dened@no-mx.forums.opensuse.org> wrote:

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    > Hi, I D/L Ff3 and found out very quickly it had probs, so I ditched
    > it. Went back to Ff2. I then D/l Flock to my Desktop and extracted it
    > to Flock(folder) however I am at a loss as to how create a shortcut
    > for it. I am at present opening the folder and clicking on the Flock
    > file and away it goes. I would prefer a shortcut on the desktop.
    > Flock by the way has Flash!
    >
    >

    Hi
    Well it's obviously getting the flock out of there when you click
    it... ;-)

    If you right click on the desktop there should be an option for
    creating a link to an application or create launcher? Then you will be
    able to provide the path/filename etc to your application

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