The Swift Console program allows user to specify command line options when the program is launched. Such options can modify the way the program starts, eliminating the need for manual setup in GUI (Graphic User Interface), or to enable hidden features. Options include selecting device communication interface and port, start data recording, setting window size and disable firmware update prompts.
A complete list of command line options is provided in the Swift Console User Manual in Appendix A.
Follow steps described below to launch Swift Console from a Windows Shortcut Icon.
1. Right-click on the Swift Console icon on the desktop and select Send To > Desktop (create shortcut) option. This will create a new shortcut icon and preserve the original launch shortcut for future use.
2. Right-click on a newly created shortcut, likely named Swift Console (2), and select Properties option.
3. Add required command line options in the Target field on the Shortcut tab and click OK.
4. It's recommended to rename the new shortcut to indicate its specific behavior.
Windows Command Line
Follow steps described below to launch Swift Console from a Windows Command Prompt.
1. Launch the Command Prompt (type cmd in Windows search bar)
2. Type "\Program Files\Swift Navigation\Swift Console\swift-console" (including double-quotes), add required command line options, and press Enter key.