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The Run action consists of the following options:


1.Target.  Can be a file, folder, or URL, etc.  Basically, anything that can be run from the Windows run box should be able to be used here.  You can use the clip0012 button to navigate for a file and the clip0011 button to navigate for a folder.
2.Arguments.  Optional field and is for any arguments or parameters that you want to pass to the target.
3.Working directory.  Optional field if you need to set a particular working directory.  If no working directory is specified, it is automatically derived from the target's path at run time.
4.Launch state.  Sets the initial launch state for a Run action.  Select from Normal, Maximized, Minimized, and Hide.  Note that some applications do not obey the requested launch state.  In those cases, this setting will have no effect or unexpected consequences.
5.Launch priority.  Sets the priority for the launched process.  Select from Low, Below Normal, Normal, Above Normal, High, and Realtime.  Note that any process not designed to run at Realtime priority might reduce system stability if set to that level.  Use with extreme caution.
6.Run types:
1.Run process only if it's not running.  Checks to see if a process already exists before launching the process again.  This only applies to running processes, i.e., executables.
2.Run process even it's already running.  Runs the specified process regardless if it's already running.  This only applies to running processes, i.e., executables.
7.Wait until process closes before continuing.  Runs the item and then waits, indefinitely, for its process ID (PID) to close before moving on to the next item.  This option is typically used with console or commandline programs that exit on their own after running a command.  Use with care.