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Herrie

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startup.ini
« on: January 07, 2017, 17:55:09 »
I think I am going nuts over this.
All I want is MC to start with 2 windows.
Left the G drive and the folder Mijn Documenten
Right The F drive.

Mij startup ini contains this

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[PANEL_1]
Path = "G:\"
Side = L
ShowTree = 1
Locked = 0

[PANEL_2]
Path = "F:\mijn documenten"
Side = R
ShowTree = 1
Locked = 0

The commandline in windows 10 is:
"C:\Program Files\MultiCommander (x64)\MultiCommander.exe" -F= "Startup.ini""

WTH am I doing wrong??


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Re: startup.ini
« Reply #1 on: January 07, 2017, 18:45:16 »
That should work I think.

Hmm maybe dont have space around "="
"Side=L" not "Side = L" and so on, on all of them..  maybe

Also -F="startup.ini"  no space after =

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Re: startup.ini
« Reply #2 on: January 07, 2017, 18:48:20 »
You can also save a TabSession with the setup as you want.
and autoload that tabsesson with "-TABSESSION="<TabSessionName>" as paramter to multicommander.exe

To create a tabsession,  setup tabs and path as you want it.. go to menu>File>Tab Sessions>Save As...