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Topic: «Command line parameters when using 'start' command » on forum: Window Rules, or Tips and Tricks   Views: 1021
 
Rob Brown
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Posted: 24.08.2016 21:37:54
 
 
Hello,

I have several programs that I open each morning.  I created a batch file with several 'start' commands that will launch the programs from a single shortcut.

My start command for outlook is like this:

start outlook

A simple enough command, now is there a parameter that I can add to the end of the command line to indicate what monitor in which outlook should start/run?

I do see the setting within the program to set the default monitor per program, but I also have 2 instances of a browser that I desire the instances to open in different monitor from each other (e.g. 1 instance open in monitor 1 and 2nd instance open in monitor 3).

TIA

Rob
 
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Alex Fadeyev
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Posted: 26.08.2016 20:19:01
 
 
Rob, unfortunately, there are no command line parameters that could fit your request.

However, if your "2 instances of a browser" have different text in their captions then you can create two specific settings and set there an appropriate Window Caption value in each one.
 
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