Opening Studio from the Command Line

Thad Bogert thad at technosolver.com
Thu Mar 2 21:59:54 UTC 2023


I figured it out.

There was an example in the What’s New 10.22 manual that includes the following switch: --args
The following command worked:

open -a "/Applications/Omnis Studio 10.2 30204.app” --args "/Users/macuser/Desktop/Projects.local/ClienTrax 10.2/ClienTraxMain.lbs"


> On Mar 2, 2023, at 4:28 PM, Thad Bogert <thad at technosolver.com> wrote:
> 
> Hi All,
> 
> When I use the following UNIX command on MacOS, Studio 4.3.2 will start and open the library specified in the second parameter.
> 
> open -a "/Applications/Omnis Studio 4.3.2.1.app" "/Users/macuser/Desktop/Projects.local/ClienTrax 4.3/ClienTraxMain.lbs”
> 
> However, when I try the same command structure to start Studio 10.2 and open a library, Studio will start but will not open the library.
> 
> open -a "/Applications/Omnis Studio 10.2 30204.app" "/Users/macuser/Desktop/Projects.local/ClienTrax 10.2/ClienTraxMain.lbs"
> 
> 
> Any thoughts?



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