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Launching Shell Scripts using the mouse

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Hi all,

glad to have found this site. Just had a quick question regarding shell scripts. I have a java application that is launched using a shell script. I can launch it via the terrminal and navigating to the directory.

However, being new to mac os, i dont know how to create a shortcut icon to the launch dock, if that's even at all possible.

If anyone knows of a way the shell script can be launched by a mouse click rather than the console, i'd greatly appreciate the knowledge.


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