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Command line switches
by Thomas Radeke, 2006-04-20 13:40:00

Illustrated Manual - Command line interaction

-tray - Launch XMPlay minimised to the system tray.

-play - Automatically start play when launched. This option is not necessary if you are opening files via the command-line.

-boost - This option is used to set the XMPlay process priority to high.

Opening Files

This is done by giving the full path name to XMPlay. For example:

"c:\XMPlay.exe" "c:\Music\Garbage - Supervixen.ogg"

And multiple songs:

"c:\XMPlay.exe" "c:\Music\Garbage - Supervixen.ogg" "c:\Music\Creed - One.ogg"

Opening Folders

This is done by giving the full path of the directory to XMPlay. For example:

"c:\XMPlay.exe" "c:\Music\Ogg\"

And multiple directories:

"c:\XMPlay.exe" "c:\Music\Ogg\" c:\Music\Mp3\"