Re: ini command line
Version 5 now supports multiple users in Windows 2000, XP, etc.
By default all the user specific files are stored in C:\Documents and
Settings\hamiltonl\Application Data\NoteTab Pro, for example.
There are two things you can do with your commandline.
The simplest is to set the full path to the ini file you want to use:
The next would be to use the new /USER commandline switch. This
specifies the directory to hold your user files.
If you want NoteTab 5 to work like NoteTab 4.x, use this:
D:\NTS5\notetab.exe /INI=NoteTabcd /USER=D:\NTS5\
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--- In ntb-OffTopic@yahoogroups.com, "dave" <dmc43959@...> wrote:
> In the new version has there been any changes to the way this runs
> am trying to run a version from the quick launch bar in XP and it is
> responding to the ini at all ,it is giving me a new version ??
> on the bar is D:\NTS5\notetab.exe /INI=NoteTabcd
> any ideas
> THANKYOU DAVE M