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Old 12 March 2003, 21:03   #2
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You could use the wb3.1 mode prefs program.. there's a "USE" commandline option for it, I'm not 100% sure but I think you have to give the mode ID to switch like "sys:prefs/screenmode USE $xxxxx". The mode IDs appear in the normal mode listing. So you can write a miniscript to switch the mode and start whatever. Put it in sys:s and set the "S" bit on it to make it executable.
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