Using different configs
I know this from Total Commander where I can start TC defining a different set of configs on the commandline ( /i=name.ini ).
Is there anything similar I coud do with NP++?
E.g. notepad++.exe --config:"c:\users\SomeUser\AppData\Roaming\Notepad++\config.xml
Or does anyone know of a workaround for this?
I usually work on a multiuser environment where NP++ and TC are installed for all users. All users have their own configs for TC and NP++ in %AppData%. It happens, that I have to start TC with elevated rights (as admin) and in order to still use my defined settings I start TC elevated with the mentioned switch showing to my personal config.
From TC I often have to edit files using NP++. But when starting NP++ from TC, NP++ inherits the settings defined for the admin account.
Does anyone know of a way or workaround to start NP++ in my example with a set of different configs (probably my personal ones)?
can tc do something like runas?
Or maybe using links if admin doesn’t need to have it’s own config?