The command window opening is probably a result of me using a batch
file to call Growl Notify.
To start off, I should probably explain how/why I'm using this method
1. Download and install Trillian (I'm using Astra (in beta), though
2. Download hstart (this application suppresses command prompts and
3. Create a batch file to call Growl Notify with desired parameters
4. Open up Trillian Preferences->Advanced->Automation
5. Click Add, and set up the event with the following settings
Event Type -> Program Generated
The result is a nice Growl Notify featuring the Chat Client and
Hope this helps!
Brian, thanks for the awesome tool!
On May 15, 9:54 am, briandunnington <briandunning...@gmail.com> wrote:
> the latest version of growlnotify doesnt spawn a command window, so
> you should be able to fire off growlnotify commands without the window
> popping up and getting in the way. although, i am not sure how
> Trillian is launching the commands, so maybe it is opening the command
> if you havent tried it yet, download the new version of growlnotify
> oh - and thanks for the tip - that is a great way to add Growl
> On May 15, 4:49 am, Jack La Voy <jack.la...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > You can use Trillian in combination with the Growl for Windows Command
> > On May 14, 11:41 am, mumrah <terrell.terrelljohn...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > My apologies if this is posted somewhere I've over looked.
> > > Thanks Rah,
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