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MS-DOS batch file to select among multiple monitors
Hi, I currently have a system set up with 4 physical monitors and 1 unique window to be displayed on each. I have a batch file which is supposed to set the physical monitor on which to display the window with syntax of the form:
However, the file name contains spaces and thus quotation marks are required:
start "" -d1
When I do this, the "-d1" command no longer works and all of my windows open on the primary display. I tested it without the quotation marks and a file name without spaces and it works. Is there a way to use the quotation marks and set the display monitor at the same time? This would save me from having to rename the folder and perhaps cause other issues in the system.