Create Shortcut and add Icon

This applies to Windows 7, and probably other Windows versions. The info can probably also be applied to other OS with some adjustments.

You can create a shortcut for Chatty, which has some potential advantages (depending on what you need):

Create shortcut

Create a shortcut to Java to start Chatty (for this example the Chatty.jar is located in D:\Chatty\):

First way

Second way

The javaw part might automatically be changed into the full path to the javaw.exe when you save the shortcut.

Editing shortcut

Add launch options or icon:

Use shortcut

You can then start Chatty by using this shortcut or you can drag it to the taskbar to attach it to it.