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A question for parameters in command-line mode

Posted: Sun Aug 30, 2009 4:56 pm
by Cathy Cheng
How to launch Restorator silently in command-line mode, i.e., the main window isn't shown up? I used "-guiless" or "-auto" in command-line but they don't work. Is there some else parameter for this purpose?

My command line is written and run in an application, for example, a vb.net or vb 6.0 application to modify the file version of some dll, exe, or ocx files. However, the restorator main window is always shown up when my applicaiton with the restorator command-line is launched.

Thanks,
Cathy

Posted: Wed Sep 09, 2009 7:01 am
by florian
Hi Cathy,

sorry for the late reply. Currently, the main window is always shown. I use it in scripts, too, and usually that's no problem unless you're executing it on a server without monitor. It does flash Restorator's window though, that's my only annoyance.

You do use the /close parameter, right?

Regards,
Florian