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StoryHarp & IF
StoryHarp & Java
Using StoryHarp as a player onlyYou can start StoryHarp to play audioventures without editing them by using the /p command line argument. To create a shortcut for StoryHarp as a player only in Windows 95/NT, Click the Windows Start button, then choose Settings, then Taskbar. Click the Start Menu Programs tab. Click Add. Click Browse and select StoryHarp.exe in the StoryHarp directory. In the command line edit box where the StoryHarp file name (with path) has just appeared, add “/p”, separated from the program name by a space. For example: C:\StoryHarp\StoryHarp.exe /p Click Next. Choose a folder to place the shortcut in, then click Next. Type a name for the shortcut. Make sure you give it a name that reminds you that you are using the StoryHarp player only. Click Finish. Close the Taskbar Properties window. Try out your shortcut. To change an existing shortcut in Windows 95/NT, Click the Windows Start button, then choose Settings, then Taskbar. Click the Start Menu Programs tab. Click Advanced. The Windows Explorer will open to the area where the shortcuts are stored. Find the shortcut you want to change. Select the shortcut and choose Properties from the popup menu or from the Explorer File menu. In the Properties dialog, click the Shortcut tab. Change the text in the Target box. Click OK. Try out the shortcut. To remove a shortcut in Windows 95/NT, Click the Windows Start button, then choose Settings, then Taskbar. Click the Start Menu Programs tab. Click Remove. Find the shortcut, then click Remove. Click Close to close the Remove window, then click Cancel to close the Taskbar Properties window.
Updated: March 10, 1999. Questions/comments on site to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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