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how hide empty console output of VIM (was falsely about IconX)

Subject: how hide empty console output of VIM (was falsely about IconX)
by kas1e on 2019/4/29 15:49:46

Howdy, have some lame question:

I have some plain shell scrtip which run another command.
I make an icon for it, where i point out that it:

1) script
2) Default tool : C:IconX
3). Start from Workbench

So when i run that script from shell, everything runs fine (understandable, as it runs not from workbench, so IconX didn't handle it).

But when i run it from workbench, then while it all runs fine too, it also bring me some empty window from IconX, which i want to hide. I know it should be something trivial, like pointing out in default tool not just "C:IconX" , but something with run >NIL: or co, but i just can't make it work.

Any ideas ? (without creating another scripts of course)

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