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Author Topic: problem with command to open an excel file  (Read 739 times)
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« on: February 03, 2012, 01:46:56 AM »

I really appreciate lbc. It is a very nice program among the many launchers.

Could you help me in the following problem:

If within a menu node I make a command to open an excel file I can check the option "Switch to this application if it is already running", and the file open nicely in the already running Excel window.

But if I make a folder node (that shows the contents of a folder) and put a shortcut to the same excel file as in the previous example, lbc does not do anything visible. So it does not open the excel file at all.

What argument is behind the option "Switch to this application if it is already running"?
Could I put that as an argument in the normal shortcut placed in the folder node?

Thank you.
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