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/usr/bin/ should be in your PATH, so the simple way should work:
Try that in a terminal. If it opens that should be all you need in your launcher.
PS. MX can be run live from CD/USB. It even has an advanced persistence utility which will set up a USB flash drive to retain all you changes and data. You can use that every day instead of installing to HD.
And MX-19 is out now! I have it installed and it's quite good. Got a glowing review at DistroWatch - https://distrowatch.com/weekly.php?issue=20191104#mx
PPS. MX has Opera in the MX Package Installer.
New Zealanders love their weird birbs (that's how they spell it colloquially). The fact we call their people "Kiwis" speaks volumes.
NZ has a North Island and a South Island. Affectionately, Australia is known as West Island.
Eric- I see a file called opera under /usr/bin
Next question- what is the exact syntax needed to point to this?
I can imagine:
and perhaps a few others...
so which would be 'letter perfect'?