Speak Freely for Windows
Command line arguments
If you'd like Speak Freely to start with one or more
connections already open, save the connections
in .SFX files, and create a program item (Windows 3.x) or
shortcut (Windows 95) which names the saved connections on the
Speak Freely command line (target in Windows 95). Be sure to
specify a complete path name for each connection file. If you'd like
Speak Freely to start minimised rather than as an open window,
add the "/S" switch to the command line or choose that mode
when editing the properties of the program item/shortcut.
The following command line, which assumes you've installed Speak
Freely in the directory C:\SPEAKFRE, starts the program
minimised with two connections already open.
c:\speakfre\speakfre.exe /s c:\speakfre\alice.sfx c:\speakfre\bob.sfx