I am using FirefoxPortable.exe on a small Flash Drive that will bring up an Index of information on my Grand Children. Stuff such as Phone numbers, Medical Stats, etc. I just give them to my daughters and when they have the kids out they just hang the drive around there neck and God forbid should they ever get lost, hurt , the info on the Flash drive will make calling Mom allot easier.
Right now I am using an ini file with the following but would like to switch to a batch file that will auto start when the Flash Drive is inserted:
shellexecute=FirefoxPortable\FirefoxPortable.exe /minimize /path:index.htm /symbol:Z /RD
icon = FirefoxPortable.exe
action = PLEASE CLICK ON THE OK BUTTON
action = BELOW FOR INFORMATION ABOUT ME!
Using the above brings up a window that you have to Click OK on. I want to get rid of this step. Can I use the ini file above to start a batch file?
Something similar to the example that opens FirefoxPortable.exe:
Start /wait c:\FirefoxPortable\FirefoxPortable.exe
The thing that would have to change in the above statement would be no drive letter. Everything runs local on the flash drive. I have FirefoxPortable set to default to an index.htm page located on the flash drive.
I may have posted this in the wrong place? First time here but I expect I will be coming back many more.