--- In ntb-clips@y..., "Patrick-Julien Germain" <pjg@f...> wrote:
> Just a question: Both of you mention the fact that I can include a
> to exit NTP at the end of my clip. But what would happen if I am
> running NTP for any other purpose and my clip launches? Would NTP
> to exit whatever I am doing on the other hand? I did not set NTP to
> than one instance at a time.
Works even if multiple instances is disabled, it is in the Help
text. The only danger is if you normally automatically reopen
documents when you start NTP. Then if you run your DOS instance when
your normal instance is *NOT* open, next time you open your normal
instance the documents won't be there. (learned this the hard way).
They also won't be on the Reopen menu. If you don't use a separate
instance, closing NTP will close the only NTP.
From the Help text:
/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"