which is of course nice, when you are in a terminal.
but creating a launcher for such a script is a pain, so here is what I do.
For this example we will pretend we have a shellscript called "shakespear" and it lives in the /home/jim/apps folder. This name is only for our example - you can use any name you like.
Somewhere, such as your home folder, create a file called shakespear.sh
edit the file to have the following in it:
#! /bin/bash cd /home/jim/apps ./shakespear
And save it
Then make that file to executable:
chmod u+x shakespear
Now you can just create a launcher to point to that shakespear.sh file, and you are all set. Calling a script from a script may not be the the best way to do it, but it works...