Is it possible to start wxPropView via command line?

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Yes, it is possible to start wxPropView via command line. Furthermore, you can control the starting behavior using parameters. The supported parameter are as follows:

'width' or 'w' Defines the startup width of wxPropView. Example: width=640
'height' or 'h' Defines the startup height of wxPropView. Example: height=460
'xpos' or 'x' Defines the startup x position of wxPropView.
'ypos' or 'y' Defines the startup x position of wxPropView.
'splitterRatio' Defines the startup ratio of the position of the property grids splitter. Values between > 0 and < 1 are valid. Example: splitterRatio=0.5
'propgridwidth' or 'pgw' Defines the startup width of the property grid.
'debuginfo' or 'di' Will display debug information in the property grid.
'dic' Will display invisible (currently shadowed) components in the property grid.
'displayCountX' or 'dcx' Defines the number of images displayed in horizontal direction.
'displayCountY' or 'dcy' Defines the number of images displayed in vertical direction.
'fulltree' or 'ft' Will display the complete property tree (including the data not meant to be accessed by the user) in the property grid. Example (Tree will be shown): fulltree=1
'device' or 'd' Will directly open a device with a particular serial number.
'qsw' Will forcefully hide or show the Quick Setup Wizard, regardless of the default settings. Example (Quick Setup Wizard will be shown): qsw=1
'live' Will directly start live acquisition from the device opened via 'device' or 'd' directly.

 

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