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, hsavage <hsavage@...> wrote:
> Sheri wrote:
> > Hi Harvey, Margaret,
> > Just FYI, NoteTab will not run a startup clip unless it opens in
> > a state that supports clip launching from the clipbook (i.e., a
> > writeable document). For example if you were last editing the
> > [Clips] doc, NoteTab will not run a startup clip. Therefore it is
> > best to also specify a document (or template) when using /L on
> > the command line.
> I'm afraid I don't understand exactly what you're saying above.
> What condition would prevent NoteTab from running a clip upon
> initial startup using the command-line parameter /L=, as in this
> example? C:\Fookes\Ntp\NotePro.exe /L="+huh:newdoc@startup" Also,
> what is [Clips] doc?
"[Clips]" is the name that appears on the document tab when using
clip-edit. If you try to launch a clip from the clipbook while [Clips]
is active you get the error popup:
"Clip cannot be run while [Clip] editor is active"
If [Clips] was the last previous document when restarting NoteTab
without specifying a startup document name (and the option "Reload
Open Documents" is enabled), the startup clip simply doesn't run (no
Is it any different for you? I am not familiar with using + or @
symbols in the /L= argument. I don't see that in Help.