Live Viewer Command Line

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Start the Live Viewer from a command line and set options on how to view it. The command line is formed as follows:

LiveViewer <option> <option> . . .

Option

Description

-patrol "<patrol name>"

Starts the Live Viewer with the entered patrol.

Quotes are required if the name has any spaces in it.

The patrol names are not case sensitive on the command line.

If -patrol and -layout are both specified, then the first encountered option is used and the other is ignored.

-layout "<layout name>"

Starts the Live Viewer with the entered layout.

Quotes are required if the name has any spaces in it.

The layout names are not case sensitive on the command line.

If -patrol and -layout are both specified, then the first encountered option is used and the other is ignored.

-delay <sec>

Delays the start of the Live Viewer by the number of seconds entered. The default is 0 (no delay).

-fullscreen <screen #>

Maximize the Live Viewer, but also removes the Title bar and the Windows Start bar at the bottom of your monitor. This option overrides -maximize.

-maximize <screen number>

Displays the entire Live Viewer to maximum size on the screen. The screen number is the screen to display the maximized Live Viewer on if there are multiple screens.

For more information see Live Viewer.