Re: All-in-one window option (--integrated)

No, it won't do that, but you can open two instances of Dia, and Copy and paste between them, if you like, or not.

So, one short cut works fine for one way and the other works the other way.

On Wed, Oct 23, 2013 at 6:54 PM, Andrey Repin <anrdaemon freemail ru> wrote:
Greetings, Michael Ross!

Top posting fixed, see answer below.

>> I upgraded last week my pc to windows seven and after reinstalling Dia, it
>> is not in all-in-one window mode ( --integrated ) as previously.
>> When I open a windows terminal and type the dia.exe --integrated, it works.
>> Now I want that when I double clic a dia file, it opens it in a all-in-one
>> dia window.
>> I have tried to add the option in the file extension association table,
>> but it doesn't accept the --integrated.

> Sometimes I want integrated and I simply edit the shortcut I use to start
> Dia to add the --integrated
> Then I delete it from the shortcut when I get tired of it.

> No open console windows are involved.

> Do you know how to edit a shortcut icon in its property window?  If you
> need instructions I will give them.

Editing Dia shortcut doesn't change the way Dia start when opening a document.

Andrey Repin (anrdaemon freemail ru) 24.10.2013, <02:53>

Sorry for my terrible english...

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