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Corona simulator
Started by prographodeveloper Nov 28 2018 08:39 AM

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Best Answer Rob Miracle , 29 November 2018 - 07:56 AM

On a mac, you can from the terminal do:  open -a "Corona Simulator" but if you are wanting to run it from within another program, like having a text editor you would need the full path which is something like "/Applications/Corona/Corona Simulator"

 

On Windows, you can just run the corona simulator.exe command (I don't have my Windows machine in front of me, so you would need to find the right path to the executable and just run it on the command line:

 

C:\Program Files (x86)\Corona Labs\Corona\"Corona Simualtor.exe"

 

or something similar. I can't check the syntax at the moment.

 

Rob

 

 

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  Best Answer

On a mac, you can from the terminal do:  open -a "Corona Simulator" but if you are wanting to run it from within another program, like having a text editor you would need the full path which is something like "/Applications/Corona/Corona Simulator"

 

On Windows, you can just run the corona simulator.exe command (I don't have my Windows machine in front of me, so you would need to find the right path to the executable and just run it on the command line:

 

C:\Program Files (x86)\Corona Labs\Corona\"Corona Simualtor.exe"

 

or something similar. I can't check the syntax at the moment.

 

Rob

 

 




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