zStart.exe Modeled after and very similar to Microsoft's "Start" command. The primary thing that is added is the ability to specify what screen/display you want the application to display in. You can also specify the screen coordinates and size. Syntax: zStart [Options] [commandLine] Parameters: Options: /Verbose Display details of what the program is doing as it goes. /Path= Specifies the working directory for the application*. /Affinity= Specifies the processor affinity. /Priority= Specifies the base process priority. Allowed Values: Low, Below, Normal, Above, High Note: zStart must wait for the kernel to actually open a window before trying to adjust it. It tries to do this by monitoring the application's thread activity. Sometimes this isn't good enough. Use /Delay and /Wait to remedy the problem. /Delay= After opening a window, maximium seconds to wait for it to open*. /Wait= After opening a window, minimum seconds to wait for it to open*. /MAX Set the window to Maximized. /MIN Set the window to Minimized. /NORMAL Set the window to Normal. /Screen= Use this monitor/screen. (1, 2, 3, ...) /Top= Set top of the window. /Left= Set left of the window. /Height= Set height of the window. /Width= Set width of the window. /PID= Set this process instead of opening a window. /Title= Set all processes with window title instead of opening a window. /IM= Set all processes with process name instead of opening a window. * only applies when opening a new window CommandLine: Anything on the commandline that is not part of an option is considered part of the command you want to run.
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