4.3 Making a shortcut on the desktop
Making a shortcut on the desktop will make it easier to start Amine
in subsequent sessions. You can then just show the desktop and
double-click on the Amine icon.
Open Windows Explorer if it isn't open yet.
Make sure you can see part of the desktop as well as Windows
Explorer. This can be done by minimizing Windows Explorer, then
resizing it so that a portion of the desktop appears.
Locate the "runAmineSuite.bat" file.
Right-click this file and choose "Opret genvej" (English: Create shortcut).
A shortcut will appear, named "shortcut to runAmineSuite.bat"
or similar. We need to rename this to something more
Therefore, right-click this shortcut, and choose "Omdøb" (English: Rename):
Write "Amine 2.0.3":
We now need to place it on the desktop. Simply drag and drop
it onto any visible part of the desktop.
If you don't like the place where the shortcut was dropped,
show the desktop by pressing the icon for this on the taskbar, then
move the "Amine 2.0.3" shortcut wherever you like.
You're done installing! Congratulations!
Is everything OK?
If you've followed the instructions on the last three pages, you
should now be able to double-click on the "Amine 2.0.3" icon on the
desktop and thereby start Amine. Try it now. If it doesn't work, you
will need to go back and retrace your steps.
One possible error you may have made is not putting a backslash
between the path to the java.exe program and the java program itself,
while editing the runAmineSuite.bat file.
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