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    cleanout old files

    I look a bit around in the subdirs of thinBasic to chheck / and so i searched for possible cmd-commands of thinAir -wanted to find the command to obfuscate a file.
    Sadly no list is replied to the inpput of "thinAir.exe /?" And the help fil.. its the help-file of the previous editor.
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    Dear Rene,

    I am not sure I follow here, could you please explain in more detail?


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    strange - what happened here? i am sure i replied already on this and a few other posts.

    This was easy explained : i tried to find out if thinair accepts any command line arguments and during research i found the helpfile for thinair explains nothing about the current, scintilla-based editor but the previous one which is not shipped any more with thinbasic since... a while.

    By the means : command line arguments - i am getting a headache over this... how to solve in thinbasic if my viewer already is open and shows a script and i give the order to open any other (or even the same) script through the shell/explore/context-menu.

    I don't want the viewer run in another instance but the currently open instance to show the document.
    How do i get (without clipboard & timer that frequently checks it) the commandline-parameters that opened the second instance into the first viewer - so it opens the new document in a new "tab" or viewport- or alternative: how do i let the old viewer save all conditions (open scripts including changes/ undo-history) so the second instance will just load these and i let it terminate the first instance

    When i would save the handle of a textbox that is located outside of the visible area to a 4-byte-file as soon as the window of the first instance is created - could i use sendmessage from the second instance to set text into this textbox of the first instance so the first instance receives a callback-message like "the text was changed" - and this "text" is the commandline of the second instance?
    Or do i have to learn complicated and meanwhile deprecated stuff as activeX, .Net or COM to solve this?
    running thinBasic in HP Pavillon Desktop 590 a0xxx 8GB Ram AMD A6-9225 Radeon R4 5Compute Cores 2C+3G @2.6GHz

    Windows 11 Enterprise x64 Build 22000.100 (21H2) - "native boot" from .vhdx
    (says the systeminfo. anything else says it were Windows 10 - but hey: thinbasic runs well )


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