Adding OneLaunchers to the Protocol Launcher (F12) and using them
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If you haven't already watched our video guide to getting your OneLaunchers added to the F12 menu and using them, we would suggest watching the following video first:
How to add the OneLauncher to your F12 Protocol Launcher
Within EMIS hit your F12 button. This will bring up your protocol launcher:
Right hand mouse click on an empty letter and click "Add"
The Protocol Picker window will now display:
- Type in onelauncher here
- Click the search button or hit return
You will now see the 3 OneLaunchers displayed:
Double click on the one you want to add to your Protocol Launcher and this will finalise adding it to your list. In the instance below we double clicked on OneLauncher NonPrescriber:
Every time you want to use the OneLauncher, you can now access it from your Protocol Launcher by hitting F12 and double clicking on the name of the Protocol.
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