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In Foxpro for Windows 2.5, I run have made a application, just to ava

In Foxpro for Windows 2.5, I run have made a application, just to ava

In Foxpro for Windows 2.5, I run have made a application, just to ava

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In Foxpro for Windows 2.5, I run have made a application, just to avail the printer selection of windows. I run this application from a Foxpro for DOS 2.6 application.
 Everything is fine. I just don't want to display the Foxpro Initial Screen when I run the Foxpro for Win application. '-T' is no working.

RE: In Foxpro for Windows 2.5, I run have made a application, just to ava

Are you using the command line switch correctly? Ensure that you have a space between the command and the comline switch e.g. C:\AppDir\myApp.exe -T   Note the space before the switch.

Another possiblility would be to use the config.fpw file to set up the environment.  I don't have my reference manuals handy and I don't remember the syntax, but I think you may be able to turn off the opening screen here.

CDavis.

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