JLBN - Setup Addon Menu on WAMP
Wampserver is built with simple and easy to use in mind, especially the very convenient wamp tray icon; however, some, if not a lot of, wamp users like to make it more convenient for their own usages but not sure where to start, so in this tutor guide for wamp, we will show you some basic methods to get you started ;)
Change Default Browser
The structure of wampserver is the combination of the configuration file wampmanager.conf and the template file wampmanager.tpl and both files are in wamp folder; however, it depends on what you need, you might edit in either file or both and make sure to use forward flash only.
To change the default browser, open file wampmanager.conf and substitute with the full path of your desire browser, for example, if your default browser is Internet Explorer (menu1)
navigator = "C:/Program Files/Internet Explorer/iexplore.exe"
For your convenient, here are some references
Internet Exporer is C:/Program Files/Internet Explorer/iexplore.exe
Firefox is C:/Program Files/Mozilla Firefox/firefox.exe
Google Chrome is C:/Program Files/Google/Chrome/Application/chrome.exe
Change Default Text Editor
To change the default text editor, open file wampmanager.tpl to search and replace all "notepad.exe" with the full path of your desire text editor (menu2)
For your convenient, here are the paths of some free Text Editors
Notepad++ is C:/Program Files/Notepad++/notepad++.exe
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Add your custom menu into wamp tray icon
In this tutor guide for wamp, we will demonstrate to add Virtual Hosts to the Menu of Wamp tray icon for you to get the idea in order to add your custom menu that meets your needs.