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In Vista I was able to create multiple targets for a shortcut. My example will be Battlefield 2. I'd have the shortcut pinned to the start menu, or wherever, and right clicking I was able to customise the choices of targets I could run on that shortcut. Play being default, which ran the bf2.exe with no command line options.
So I created my own, all under one shortcut.
- Full Screen, menu skip, auto log in etc.
- Windowed, menu skip, auto log in etc.
And so on.
Since upgrading to 7 I can't seem to locate this option and there doesn't appear to be a generic term for it (that I can find) so searching forums / internet is not really much help.
Hoping someone here can...
p.s. It may have been limited to games in the games folder, but, still, the option isn't available. If I could find a screenshot, I'd happily post to give you an idea of what I meant, but I guess those who know, will know.
"Customize Play menu items for this game". Definitely in Vista's game browser but not in 7.
http://www.win7dll.info/gameux_dll.html -- search for string ID 10096.
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