I have a Mac question that I could use help with. I was working on a Client's computer earlier this week. Here's the basics of the Macbook:
8GB - 1600MHz DDR3 RAM.
That's all I know specwise. sorry.
The Client inadvertently removed the SAFARI icon that someone set up for him in his Task Bar (at the bottom of the desktop display where all the other launch icons are), that linked him directly to his GMAIL E-mail login. I'm not a big Mac guy; I am familiar with the basics, but am mostly a PC guy. I was able to provide my Client with a workaround by reinstating the Safari icon on the taskbar, and by clicking the Safari icon, the Client can open up the browser, and he has a GMAIL shortcut on the favorites bar in Safari at the top of the browser home page to get to his GMAIL account.
My question is (and I can do this on a Windows PC in seconds); how can you put an icon-shortcut onto the MacBook Air desktop task bar that when the Client clicks it once, it opens up Safari and takes him directly into his GMAIL account?? To be clear, I'm looking for a "single-click" solution here. I already have a "2-click" workaround for him.
Any help from you Mac gurus would be greatly appreciated!
Thanks in advance,
Edited by BIGBEARJEDI, 15 June 2016 - 01:25 PM.