That makes very good sense ...

How about creating a link on the desktop that links to the ooRexx menu folder? Opening it depicts all the ooRexx menu entries including the documentation subfolder and the like. One could add links to Internet resources as Mike suggested and more. If the user does not want that folder link on the desktop he can delete it. 

---rony

Rony G. Flatscher (mobil/e)

Am 11.12.2013 um 22:20 schrieb Mark Miesfeld <miesfeld@gmail.com>:

On Wed, Dec 11, 2013 at 1:14 PM, Mike Cowlishaw <mfc@speleotrove.com> wrote:

 

 
But think 'out of the box' for a minute.   The icon does not have to start a program.  It could take one to the ooRexx website, for example, Or to a tutorial.  Or to a collection of useful classes and programs.  Or all of the above.

I did think about a tutorial, but I was still thinking about starting a tutorial we wrote and included as an application.

A link to a website is a good idea.  Linking to a page that was or include a list of how to get started things makes sense to me.

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Mark Miesfeld

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