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Author Topic: PowerStrip command-line parameters  (Read 24055 times)
Rik Wang
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« on: September 14, 2003, 05:50:26 AM »

The following command-line parameters are supported:

 /P:profile
where  profile is the name of a previously defined Application, Display, Color or Performance PowerStrip profile. The profile is executed immediately.

 /C:timing
where  timing is a new PowerStrip timing string for a specific resolution. The timing string takes effect the next time the target resolution is refreshed or switched to.

 /T:timing
where  timing is a new PowerStrip timing string for a specific resolution. The target resolution is switched to and the specified timing takes effect immediately.

 /modeline
where  modeline is a XFree86 compatible modeline which PowerStrip will automatically translate. The target resolution is switched to and the specified timing takes effect immediately.

 /HK:c
tells PowerStrip to trigger a previously assigned hot key, where "c" is the character assigned to the hotkey function or profile.

 /ddc
tells PowerStrip to execute an independent DDC monitor query on the primary monitor. This parameter is only processed when PowerStrip is first started.

 /mr
tells PowerStrip to flush and recover memory.

 /log
tells PowerStrip to open an idle priority thread which will log primary clock speeds to the pstrip.ini file once a minute. This parameter is only processed when PowerStrip is first started.

 /exit
tells PowerStrip to exit after making any other changes specified in the command-line.

 /target:n
tells PowerStrip to apply the other parameters to specific monitor "n", where n is 1, 2, 3, etc.

Unless otherwise noted, parameters may be passed when PowerStrip is first started or while PowerStrip is already running.
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