I've tried the following to no avail:
START "" Console.exe -r jones.exe
What you specify after -r gets added to the shell's command line that you specified in the tab's configuration. In other words, if you have an empty Shell field in Edit > Settings > Tabs, then your command will try to execute the following
If that Shell field has "sh.exe -login -i" (without quotes) then your command will try to execute the following:
sh.exe -login -i jones.exe
In either case, it's probably not what you want. I would try
@console.exe -r "/k jones.exe"
if jones.exe is actually a kind of shell, you can try /c. Quotes are required because the additional info must be one argument.
Thanks. Issue resolved
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