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    Swing bobby

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    Idk if this fits here but how does one write QuickStart to run a script, grab a saved file of settings for that script to use, then run another script with another saved settings file sequentially?


    I have a script that’ll start all my slaves with #1muling but I would like it to grab the saved settings file for the slaves on my farm, then start the main goldfarming script.


    I'm just not sure how the functions that grab and use the settings info as well as the sequencing of scripts is expressed.

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    Basically I want to start script A, the slave script. The script ends and runs in the background when you set settings via GUI so I want to know if it’s possible to grab the settings file via command line and implement that.


    Upon completing that, I want to be able to run another script sequentially. After the slave script runs.


    A grabs params then autocloses automatically, then script B starts right after and grabs parameters. The parameters in question would be files containing script settings.

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