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20138Re: [NTB] How to run clip from command line ?

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  • hsavage
    Oct 10, 2007
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      janderri wrote:
      > --- In notetab@yahoogroups.com, hsavage <hsavage@...> wrote:
      >> janderri wrote:
      >>> Hi, The helpfile didn't help me in my quest to auto-run a
      >> clip from the command-line...
      >>>
      >>> This is the command-line I have :
      >>>
      >>> "C:\Program Files\NoteTab Pro 5\NotePro.exe" /NS /L="Toppy's
      >> Library:RunClip tester"
      >>>
      >>> if I make the command-line like this :
      >>>
      >>> "C:\Program Files\NoteTab Pro 5\NotePro.exe" /NS /L="Toppy's
      >> Library:RunClip"
      >>>
      >>> the "Toppy's Library" opens, but no clip is run....
      >>
      >> janderri,
      >
      > Doesn't work.

      janderri,

      Sorry I haven't answered sooner. Below is your command line that should
      work assuming the path and library/clip names are correct.

      Following that is a command line from my shortcut that is used upon each
      initial restarting of NoteTab.

      Don't forget this is only valid on an initial startup of NoteTab or
      using the modified shortcut each time to open NoteTab even when residing
      in the taskbar.

      I've used my shortcut without fail for several months now. The 2 main
      differences are your path is quoted because of the spaces and your
      library uses an apostrophe.in its name. I don't think either will make
      a difference.


      "C:\Program Files\NoteTab Pro 5\NotePro.exe" /NS /L="Toppy's Library:Tester"

      C:\Fookes\Ntp\NotePro.exe /NS /L="+ecr:HIDE my LIBRARIES"

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