Direct Shortcuts to 32-bit Apps in a MacOS Guest Instance

Discussion in 'Mac OS X Guest OS Discussion' started by Charles8, Dec 2, 2020.

  1. Charles8

    Charles8 Bit Poster

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    Hi All,
    I am surprised I wasn't able to find anyone else on the forums trying to do this so perhaps I am missing something easy.
    Is there is a way to create a shortcut to my 32-bit apps within a Mojave instance like is possible with a Windows instance? I want to put 32-bit apps on the host OS dock. If its not a built in function, is there some sort of script or workaround I could do to automate opening Parallels and then automate opening the app within the instance and assign that to a shortcut?

    The hope is that by setting parallels to coherence mode and auto-login, auto-hiding the dock and apple menu (don't need for app) I could set it up for a less computer savvy person to allow them to access 32-bit apps without confusing them with the emulation UI.

    Thanks!
     

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