windows journal-path syntax

Asked by Scott Reeves on 2011-12-30

I would like to create two shortcuts on my desktop - 1 pointing to a personal journal and another pointing to a professional journal.

I've tinkered with the journal-path command line parameter like this:

redNotebook.exe journal-path f:\Professional

but the screen simply flahses and disappears. I've tried putting quotes around the path with the same result.

Advice?

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Scott Reeves
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2012-01-02
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2011-12-30
Jendrik Seipp (jendrikseipp) said : #1

try

redNotebook.exe f:\Professional

Am 30.12.2011 20:00, schrieb Scott Reeves:
> redNotebook.exe journal-path f:\Professional

Scott Reeves (bitsprocket) said : #2

Works beautifully - should have tried that. Thanks Jendrik!