We are interested in allowing our members to be able to have quick access to us by placing our Logo/icon on their desktop. This concept is very similar to the "Add to Favorites", but instead of your link being hidden among hundreds of other "Favorites" - our logo would be right on the customers desktop.
Written in java, it would be similar to the product on the website - [url removed, login to view], but without the annoying additional icons added. As one person who used it said, ***"Although I really like this idea, there were some things that I did not like about this way of doing it. First, when I clicked on the "Add to Desktop" Icon, I thought that I was going to get *1 Desktop Shortcut*. Instead I found 6 "Desktop Shortcuts", 6 "Start Menu Shortcuts" and 6 "Task Bar Shortcuts".
That is a total of 18 things - when I thought I was only going to get 1. Second, there was no "uninstall". After being bombarded with shortcuts, I had to remove each one of them individually."***
We obviously don't want to have our readers feel angry by going overboard, so I'd like to have the ability to add up to 3 icons, and then the ability to have them easily uninstalled if thats what the reader wants. We should be able to easily change and update the logo/icons that we are proposing to place on the desktop areas.
Please do not respond until you see the above mentioned site.
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