i’m having trouble with a macro under linux with the .execute command
i want to execute a command line ( here “vlc file:///path/testbs.mp4 --sub-file //path/test.srt”
witch i usely do by : oShell.execute(“vlc”, videoetsst, 0) where videoetsst=file:///path/testbs.mp4 --sub-file //path/test.srt
my problem is that this command under linux mint seem to send
vlc ‘file:///path/testbs.mp4 --sub-file //path/test.srt’
with the 2 little quote around the argument that prevent vlc to peek the command correctly
(i think this quote problem isn’t gonna be a problem only with vlc)
To be precise, there is no problem with the .execute if i don’t specify the default program to use for a video but here i can’t do that because of the argument --sub-file //path/test.srt needed to have what i want.
Under windows 7 the command works fine
Is there a solution to my problem?