I'd like to ask how to create a clickable shortcut in a folder (or desktop) to open a browser with a
switch, pointing to a specific webpage.
Below example refers to open a webpage in a Single Site Browser (
-ssb). But this could also be in kiosk-mode, such as using the
In Windows, you right-click anywhere, on the desktop or in a folder to create a shortcut and type the following: "C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe" -ssb https://askubuntu.com/questions/ask"
Q: How does the corresponding step by step procedure looks like in Ubuntu (>18.04) ?
I have tried below
In other posts it is referred to a shortcut to firefox, but this necessary needs to live in the application folder, such as this post: How to create desktop shortcut for Firefox 79 on Ubuntu 20.04
And I am not permitted to drag and drop
"Drag and Drop is not supported / an invalid drag type was used"
Below is promising but refer to a short-cut key, but very easy way of doing it How do i create a keyboard shortcut to open a chrome app?