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PostPosted: Tue May 27, 2014 3:38 pm 
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Version 4.1, can't get arguments passed to .exe file in the "link" field of a custom button. This is link I am trying to use: "C:\Utilities\Karen's Show Stopper\PTStopper.exe" /force /poweroff I have tried with and without the quote marks, quote marks around the entire link, use - inplace of / and nothing works. I must be blind and just don't see the answer.

Find this to be a great addition to Win7, have got everything else to work just fine.

Thanks in advance, Zeduser


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Use the Command field if you want to use command line arguments and keep the Link field empty.

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Thanks for your fast response...it works...
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