How to create a shortcut for a tab?

Fen
2012-05-15
2013-06-12
  • Fen
    Fen
    2012-05-15

    In Console2, I have 2 tabs. The first is called "Console2" and it's the default tab. The second is called "Git Bash" and it's the Console2 replacement for Git Bash CMD.

    I would like to create a shortcut to the tab "Git Bash". So every time I click this shortcut. I open Console2 with the tab "Git Bash". The current Console2 default tab is "Console2" and I hope to keep it that way.

    Any solutions?

     
  • Ronald
    Ronald
    2012-05-15

    See Console Help, "Using Console", Chapter "Running Console". It lists all the command line parameters.

     
  • Fen
    Fen
    2012-05-18

    Thank you rovf! That's exactly what I am looking for!

    To create a shortcut for a tab, create a Windows shortcut with the command:"C:\Path\to\console2\console -t <tab_name>"

     
  • Fen
    Fen
    2012-05-18

    Update:

    To create a shortcut for a tab, create a Windows shortcut with the Target field set with

       _ "C:\path\to\Console.exe" -t "Tab Name"_

     
  • Kirill
    Kirill
    2012-05-19

    Note: "Tab Name" is case-sensitive

    Bonus: to create a shortcut to multiple tabs: "c:\path\to\console.exe" -t tab1 -t "Other tab" -t Tab2

     
  • Sunny
    Sunny
    2012-11-02

    party builders
    This will be cool go for it I will use it. Thank You