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Old 10-08-2012, 03:23 PM   #32
twobob
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try putting in complete paths. worth a pop /mnt/us/blah...

ERRR NO.

remove the second , (comma)

you are instantiating an array. the last element should not have a comma. that is an element separator.

AND ALSO. you are created a nested array. first an "un-named" array of one item (with no priority set?), then inside that you create a two item array called Skype. I had no fun nesting items like that. I did try it like that first myself.


DO IT LIKE THIS:

Quote:
{
"name": "Skype",
"priority": 34,
"items": [
{"name": "Start", "priority": 0, "action": "bin/skype-run.sh"},
{"name": "Stop", "priority": 1, "action": "bin/skype-kill.sh"}
]
}
That'll sort it.

Last edited by twobob; 10-08-2012 at 04:23 PM. Reason: added code - I did try it like that first myself.
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