A number of flags can be set when running MediaMonkey from
the command line:
/NoSplash - don't show splash screen when starting MediaMonkey
/Play - run MediaMonkey and start playing the last played track
from the Now Playing queue
/Next - play files after the current track
/Add - add files to the Now Playing queue
/Party - run MediaMonkey in Party Mode, for more info about
Party Mode consult Online Manual
/ResetToolbars - resets toolbar configuration to default settings
/INIFILE=fullpath - starts MediaMonkey using an .ini file at the specified location
You can use these options as follows (examples):
o MediaMonkey /NoSplash /Add "My song.mp3"
o MediaMonkey /NoSplash /Play
o MediaMonkey /NoSplash /Party /Play
o MediaMonkey /INIFILE="C:\MMDATA\MySettings.ini"
You can change this in the Start Menu if you:
Right click on the MediaMonkey icon in the Start Menu and select Properties.
In the Window that opens add /nosplash to the Target (with a space between
the ...MediaMonkey.exe" and /nosplash).
So Target should look something like:
"C:\Program Files\MediaMonkey\MediaMonkey.exe" /nosplash