This action installs a shortcut into the Program Folder for your application on the target system depending on the system and desktop environments found. On UNIX systems, this action looks for the existence of both KDE and Gnome and will install the shortcut under either or both menus if available.
If the user is root when they run the install, the shortcut will be added for all users on the system. If they are not root, the shortcuts will only be added for the user doing the installation.
UNIX shortcuts are installed using the xdg-icon-menu utility from the xdg-utils package that is part of the portland project by freedesktop.org.
This property contains any of a number of lines to be added to the UNIX desktop file after the standard properties that are setup by InstallJammer. Each line will be substituted for virtual text and then appended to the desktop file without any further modification.
Command Line Arguments
This property specifies arguments to be passed to the target filename on the Windows platform.
This property specifies the file to use for the icon for this shortcut. On Windows, this can be a .ico, .exe or any other file containing icon information. On UNIX platforms, this usually points to a .png file to display.
Icon Path Index
The index into the file that Windows uses when looking for an icon.
Install for All Users
On Windows, if this option is true, the desktop shortcut will be installed for all users and not just the current user.
The name to display for the shortcut.
On UNIX, this specifies what type of shortcut this is. It can be a shortcut to a URL Link, or a shortcut to an Application.
Target File Name
The name of the file this shortcut points to. On a UNIX shortcut that has a type of Link, this is the URL to point to.
On Windows, this specifies the working directory that the target of this shortcut will start in.
The Vendor ID is used to group all of the shortcuts and program folders together on UNIX platforms. By default, everything is grouped by the Application ID of the current installer, but setting this to a common value would allow for all of the installers in your company to share program folders, for example.