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### testing 2.1

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#### rejetto

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#### ledufe

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rejetto, could explain something?

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hpw can i do this? i tryed:
hfs.exe -a load-tpl-from=d:\ledufe.tpl with and without coats and not worked
tryed also to include this line on the ini generated and also didn´t work

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- command line paramter -a could misconfigure some settings
this too, well i couldn´t make this work at all....
but this should work like this:
i change something on the ini and the hfs would "instantly read this config" and aplied it?
or should i fire some command to make it happen like:

on the wiki page
http://rejetto.com/wiki/index.php?title=HFS:_Command_line_parameters

you mentioned that if we want to load a ini we should do this
hfs.exe -i M:\P4-SERVER\Rejetto-HFS\hfs.ini
after this command the prompt should auto close?
because mine keep opened after the hfs open and load vfs

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You are so responsive! Thank you very much

#### rejetto

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i improved that page.
please refer to it now http://rejetto.com/wiki/?title=HFS:_Command_line_parameters

#### chroda

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hpw can i do this? i tryed:
hfs.exe -a load-tpl-from=d:\ledufe.tpl with and without coats and not worked

Hi ledufe,
(2.1 build #053)
I have the same problem
Have you a solution ?
Thanks

#### rejetto

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the solution is on the link i furnished

#### chroda

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Hi rejetto,

Yes, Yes, but i don't understand how to proceed after many wrong tests !

Is it possible to have a concret example ?
Thanks

#### chroda

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Fix !

"load-tpl-from=FULLPATH" is a command to use IN the ini file and NOT a command-line for hfs.exe to use with the -a parameter

I think it's confused in the description :

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HFS: Command line parameters
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a <FILENAME>
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From version 2.1, there is an additional command:
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