ST Thumbnails Explorer 1.5: Command line options

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If you've already installed StTex, running StTex from a command line is very simple: just type sttex. When no arguments are specified, StTex looks for settings in the system registry to determine the folder which should be opened at startup.
To change this default behaviour, you can use the command line options as described below:
Command line Description
sttex.exe <FolderPath> Start and open the folder <FolderPath> where <FolderPath> is the full path of a folder (e.g. sttex.exe C:\Temp\JPEGs).
If the <FolderPath> contains space(s) you should use quotation marks for <FolderPath> (e.g. sttex.exe "C:\Sample Art\JPEGs").
sttex.exe <FilePath> Start, open a folder containing the file with <FilePath> path, and select the file in the Thumbnails Window. Here <FilePath> is the full path of a file
(e.g. sttex.exe C:\Temp\JPEGs\Img1.jpg).
If the <FilePath> contains space(s) you should use quotation marks for <FilePath> (e.g. sttex.exe "C:\Sample Art\JPEGs\Img1.jpg").
sttex.exe __$$STTEXSHELLLAUNCH$$__ Start, open a folder containing the object specified by fully-qualified ITEMIDLIST saved with the name OpenShellPIDL under the registry key HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Softfields Technologies\ST Thumbnails Explorer\1.5\Parms, and select the file in the Thumbnails Window.
sttex.exe -FUNC:<Function> [<Parameters>]
    or
sttex.exe -F:<Function> [<Parameters>]
Start the program and perform an action specified by function <Function> and its parameters (if any) <Parameters>.
The command line functions.
StTex v1.5 Beta 6 provides 1 command line function only:
Function Description
THUMBEXPORT Command line interface for thumbnails export.



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