Mon, 19 Oct 2009 15:19:11 -0700, /NoOp/:
On 10/19/2009 03:07 PM, Hartmut Figge wrote:
On 10/19/2009 11:42 AM, Martin Freitag wrote:

If you want to start SM2 while SM1 is running you will need to add the parameter -no-remote in the corresponding shortcut.

Should be '-noremote'.

No, Martin is right.

Interesting; I use -noremote w/o issues & run both SM1 and SM2 at the same time. Without the option I cannot run at the same time. But I see from here:
the command is '-no-remote'. Wonder why -noremote works as well?

-noremote doesn't work for me under Windows, but -no-remote does.

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