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Usage

wswatch.exe [Options] filename

Options

 

/R

Run a manual check of your bookmarks. A bookmark file must be defined in the command line in combination with the /R parameter.

/Q

Exit WebSite-Watcher when the check has finished. Works only in combination with /R.

/C

Connect (Dialup). Works only in combination with /R.

/D

Disconnect (Dialup). Works only in combination with /R.

/L

Write log file (wswatch.log). Works only in combination with /R.

/SND

Use sound. Works only in combination with /R.

/BatchMode

Suppress specific user input messages, for example to automatically check for new versions. Works only in combination with /R.

/MINIMIZE

Start WebSite-Watcher minimized

/SEARCH

Open the "Extended Search" window

/SCRIPT="..."

Execute the specified script (in quotes). If the script isn't stored in the default script directory, you have to use the full path of the script file.

/NODB

Starts WebSite-Watcher without opening the last opened database

/EXIT

Exits a running WebSite-Watcher. (this parameter will abort a running check)

 

 

 

Examples

 

wswatch.exe "c:\wsw\magazines.wsw"

 

wswatch.exe /c /d /r /q "c:\wsw\magazines.wsw"

 




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