As documented in the release notes, in TSE 4.41.46 (actually released 24 Dec 2021) the user interface files were updated, so that TSE only opens one file if it was not started from the command line.
The reason given in the release notes is:
“In Explorer, if you try to open a file, that has spaces in the name, TSE might not load it.”
I assume this refers to Windows’ File Explorer.
Firstly, I cannot reproduce this.
Both my EdWihTse tool and Semware’s installation program set up File Explorer’s context menu to use quotes around the name, so spaces in a name are not a problem.
Secondly, one of my Windows shortcuts no longer works because of the update.
Because I regularly search all TSE sources, I have a desktop shortcut that for example is defined as:
Start in: C:\Users\Carlo\Tse
Target: C:\Users\Carlo\Tse\g32.exe -a mac\*.s mac\*.si mac\*.inc mac\*.h ui\*.ui
Shortcut key: CTRL + ALT + A
This shortcut no longer works because of TSE’s new feature/bug.
From my viewpoint, based on the info so far, it would be better to teach someone to use quotes around names than to break TSE’s start-up capabilities for everybody.
I suggest reverting this “feature”.
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