Re: Trying to get "Launcher" to run inside JtAlert's own AutoStart section


Jim AF5FH
 

In Launcher, for programs AFTER the running of the bulls in Pamplona, one can't set a timer, so to speak.
In the batch file for JTAlert, you could add before the command to run JTAlert the line

TIMEOUT 3

which will pause for between 2 and 3 seconds before running the next command. And try different values for 3 until it is reliable (always runs JTAlert after WSJTx is available)

73,
Jim
AF5FH

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