If you start Kwave from the command line, you can specify a list of files that should be opened. The first specified file will be opened first, then the other files. Each file will be opened in an own new window or sub window of the same Kwave instance. If you specify wildcards, you can open a large number of files at once.
For example, the following command starts a Kwave and opens all sounds of the KDE window manager, each in a new window or sub window:
In addition to a list of files, you can specify a list of
Qt toolkit options like
for specifying the size and/or position of the first opened Kwave
-display for starting the Kwave on a
For example, the following command starts a Kwave window with an initial width of 600 pixels and a height of 400 pixels, with the right border positioned 30 pixels away from the right and 0 pixels away from the top of the screen.
With the option
--disable-splashscreen you can disable
the splash screen that comes up when starting Kwave. This might be useful
when you start Kwave from a script.
The command line option
--iconic lets Kwave
start up minimized (iconified). This might be useful when you want to
start Kwave without GUI interaction, e.g. when running from a script.
This option also implicitly disables the splash screen!
By using the command line option
you can log the sequence of actions of a Kwave session into a file.
This is useful for debugging, you might be asked for such a logfile when
reporting an error.
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