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OOo with arguments
For example can I do something like this:
writer --template MyTemplate
that the writer thats with MyTemplate?
I ask this since I need to link Thunderbird to a PIM (Personal information manager(Self Coded)) and link that to open Office.
So people can click a button in Thunderbird that opens the PIM were they can chose a Document type and that they can write the email in OOo. When they close OOo the PIM saves it in a temp dir and Copys it to the Email in Thunderbird. (Like the Windows program ACT!).
So I hope someone has some Documents about OOo for Arguments.
Well, thanks already.
- Join Date
- Nov 2005
'openoffice -h' shows me :
Usage: soffice [options] [documents...] Options: -minimized keep startup bitmap minimized. -invisible no startup screen, no default document and no UI. -norestore suppress restart/restore after fatal errors. -quickstart starts the quickstart service (only available on windows platform) -nologo don't show startup screen. -nolockcheck don't check for remote instances using the installation -nodefault don't start with an empty document -headless like invisible but no userinteraction at all. -help/-h/-? show this message and exit. -writer create new text document. -calc create new spreadsheet document. -draw create new drawing. -impress create new presentation. -base create new database. -math create new formula. -global create new global document. -web create new HTML document. -o open documents regardless whether they are templates or not. -n always open documents as new files (use as template). -display <display> Specify X-Display to use in Unix/X11 versions. -p <documents...> print the specified documents on the default printer. -pt <printer> <documents...> print the specified documents on the specified printer. -view <documents...> open the specified documents in viewer-(readonly-)mode. -show <presentation> open the specified presentation and start it immediately -accept=<accept-string> Specify an UNO connect-string to create an UNO acceptor through which other programs can connect to access the API -unaccept=<accept-sring> Close an acceptor that was created with -accept=<accept-string> Use -unnaccept=all to close all open acceptors Remaining arguments will be treated as filenames or URLs of documents to open.
Thanks. though -o doesnt do what I want.. :/
Stupid I didnt try -h I did try man..
Anywho I dont think OOo supports this automaticly.
I have to write something for OOo myself.
I think Im going to use the nologo thing and open File.
That file is then a TempBackup from a Specific Template.
And Im going to make OOo save every 5 seconds. Though that will Lag as hell I guess its the only way.
Unless someone got a better idea?