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Launch parameters #237

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alexandr-san4ez opened this issue Sep 20, 2017 · 10 comments
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Launch parameters #237

alexandr-san4ez opened this issue Sep 20, 2017 · 10 comments

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@alexandr-san4ez alexandr-san4ez commented Sep 20, 2017

  1. What mean keypirinha.exe --autorun?
  2. I suggest adding the parameter --show. Which will show the KP after launch.
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@polyvertex polyvertex commented Sep 20, 2017

The --autorun argument notifies KP it is being launched on OS' startup.

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@alexandr-san4ez alexandr-san4ez commented Sep 20, 2017

I understand it. :) But what does it influence?

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@polyvertex polyvertex commented Oct 20, 2017

--show and --hide command line arguments are now supported in v2.16. Albeit --hide is hardly useful :)

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@alexandr-san4ez alexandr-san4ez commented Oct 22, 2017

I tried to specify the parameter --show but nothing worked.
The application did not even start. :)

P.S. The portable version also behaves.

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@polyvertex polyvertex commented Oct 23, 2017

Both --show and --hide are meant to be used when KP is already running. They work like a remote-process control. This is because by design, KP is rather meant to be permanently running in the background instead of being launched-then-used.

Perhaps you should give details on your use case?

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@alexandr-san4ez alexandr-san4ez commented Oct 23, 2017

I'm sorry if incorrectly expressed.

I used to use the Launchy. This program had a parameter "/show" which at start of application at once showed a window of input of commands.
I'm very used to this behavior and I will be very grateful for your implementation.

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@polyvertex polyvertex commented Oct 23, 2017

My question was precisely about why you need such a behavior and how you use it

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@alexandr-san4ez alexandr-san4ez commented Oct 23, 2017

I need this parameter so that after the autorun, the command input window appears.
I add the parameter to the shortcut in startup.

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@polyvertex polyvertex commented Oct 23, 2017

Check out v2.16.2

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@alexandr-san4ez alexandr-san4ez commented Oct 23, 2017

Thank you!

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