I want to make a simple batch file

that opens Minecraft.exe, and logs in when clicked. Is this possible?

Answers


Hmm, Is this what you want; it should work:

@echo off
"%cd%\minecraft.exe" username password serverip

edit the username, password and ip to your liking.


A Better Solution in my opinion:

Just figured it out, the batch file doesn't work, however; when set up as a shortcut it does! So create a new shortcut and for the path use this:

Format:

"<FilePath>" <username> <password> <server>

Example:

"C:\Program Files\Minecraft\Minecraft.exe" bobjones passchuck 123.123.123.123

Hope that works out for you, alot simpler then a bath file IMO.

also if you don't include IP, it just goes and logins in to minecraft. Stopping at the title screen.


http://www.minecraftwiki.net/wiki/Tutorials/Setting_up_a_server#Start_the_Minecraft_Server_.28.jar_version.29

To start the jar version of Minecraft on Windows, create a new file in Notepad, and paste in java -Xms512M -Xmx1G -jar minecraft_server.jar Save the file as startserver.bat, and place the file in the same folder as minecraft_server.jar. The .bat extension saves the file as a batch file.


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