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Windows 7: Please help reduce the number of steps to open Opera Mini on desktop.


23 Mar 2012   #1

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Please help reduce the number of steps to open Opera Mini on desktop.

I am running Windows 7.

I have created a desktop shortcut using the following path in Target:

C:\Users\mycomputer\Desktop\microemulator-2.0.4\microemulator-2.0.4\apps\microemulator.jar

This shortcut is successful in opening the microemulator but I then have to go through additional steps to run the Opera Mini browser. The additional steps are: click File-> click Open MIDIet File...-> hightlight opera-mini-6.5.26955-advanced-en-us.jad-> click Open-> click Start

I have been told it is possible to eliminate all but the last step (Start) by adding apps\opera-mini-6.5.26955-advance-en-us.jad to the file path but I cannot get it to work. When I do this and click on the shortcut a small black window flashes then disappears and nothing else happens.

Would anyone have any thoughts on how I can reduce the number of steps to open Opera Mini?

Thanks in advance for your help,
choppy

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