-n <host>:<port> <password> <eventname> [<payload> ...]
This one is similar to the -event option, but sends the event <eventname> through TCP/IP like the ‘Network Event Sender’ plugin does. It will not start EventGhost, so it can be used as a little helper tool for other applications or .BAT files to send events to a remote machine. <host> has to be the IP or host name of the target machine. <port> and <password> are the options that you have configured on the target machine’s ‘Network Event Receiver’ plugin.
Starts EventGhost’s translation editor.
Yes, it is a known fact. Some plugins (badly written?) causing it.pearbear wrote:I've never been able to get the language editor to work and I've tried with multiple different EG versions. I see a process start but nothing else happens.
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