Just hints, not "such a beast" :-)
The key will be the command-line parameter:
/INST=InstanceID Opens a new instance of NoteTab (even if multiple instances
is disabled) or activates the instance matching the InstanceID text. Use
quotes around InstanceId if it contains spaces. Multiple instances are
disabled in instances opened through this method, and documents are not
automatically reopened. Example: NoteTab /INST="HTML Editing"
Then to launch current document in another instance something like:
^!"path_to_notetab\notepro.exe" /INST="other instance" ^**
^!"C:\Program Files\Notetab\notepro.exe" /INST=special ^**
You'd then (in the clip or manually) close it in the Notetab from which you
This would start a new instance named "special" or open a new tab in it if
already running. You might also find it useful to specify the INI file to be
Regards ... Alec
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jonathan Woodbridge" <jw@...>
To: "ntabclips (Ntb-Clips@yahoogroups.com)" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, November 06, 2003 13:23
Subject: [gla: [Clip] document move from one Notetab to another?
> I'm wanting to be able to move a document from being open in one instance
> Notetab to being open in another with a clip. Does anyone have such a
> or hints for the construction of one? Thanks!