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A client has asked if a desktop image can have an active URL built into it so that you could click in that section of the image and launch a browser going to that link. Anyone have any suggestion on how that might be done? Desktop images will be on both Macs and PCs.
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In windows XP you can do this by Active desktop which comes by default


in windows 7 you can use below.
http://windows7themes.net/windows-7-active-desktop-replacement.html
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A client has asked if a desktop image can have an active URL built into it so that you could click in that section of the image and launch a browser going to that link. Anyone have any suggestion on how that might be done? Desktop images will be on both Macs and PCs.

No you can't embed a url in an image
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Thanks, everyone. I'm not sure if either will precisely satisfy the clients need but I passed on your recommendations.
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