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Author Topic: LBC feature request - start a specific .mcf file from the command line  (Read 1311 times)

Lolipop Jones

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It would be neat to have different menu files set up for different groups of tasks.   

And I have menu files on my desktop's hard drive which are different from those which are on my various USB devices carrying portable software.

It appears that launching LBC always launches the most recently closed .mcf file.  What I am suggesting is a command line argument that would permit pathing to a specific .mcf defined in the command line, regardless of what was closed last.

thanks Mouser again for this great proggie....

Today's problems were yesterday's solutions....

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Sure that would be easy to add.
Thanks for the kind words  :-*

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Looks like the option has been in place since october 2008 :)

Just call on the commandline -open "filename" and it will load that file on startup.