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Old 03 September 2016, 23:14   #4
emufan
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the startup-sequence thing was just in case you want a shell, right opened after you boot.
i do it this way, but you may skip this.
what you can do is creating an alias for a newshell, type this in your startup-sequence,
or better in s:shell-startup:

alias myshell "newshell con://100/200/MyTitle/CLOSE"

so you have a new cli command "myshell" which will open a predefined shell window.
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