Phillips, Steven wrote:
> Unfortunately on my system (Windows XP Pro) my username is "Rick
> Owen". I have tried restoring my session using your example, but
> the embedded space seems to be a fatal problem. I have tried the
> following without success:
> me -cRick Owen
> me -cRick\ Owen
> me -c'Rick Owen'
> me -c"Rick Owen"
> me "-cRick Owen" (this one seemed to have it's own unique set of
> issues at startup)
> In your own user directory (see ME's $user-path) you should find the
> file "Rick Owen.esf", if not what is your ME $user-name? I find running
> me "-cFoo Bar"
I'd better add this bracketing to the help as well, it never occurred to
me that people would have a space in their login name as it is typically
the same as the E-mail name. Not being overly familiar with Windows I'm
not sure that I'd have known what to do here either.
> works fine as long as "Foo Bar.esf" is in the user path.
> Is there any hope for me?
> Is this question limited in scope to ME ? :)