Hi all, I’m working on an installation that I’d like to make as plug-and-play as possible. The installation is running Score and Max on a Mac Mini. It won’t have a keyboard/mouse/monitor connected, and should ideally automatically load and start working when power is connected. I’d like to be able to use a launchd agent to automatically load a specific .score file into Score when the machine boots, and to re-open this file if Score crashes. I’m having two issues:
I’m trying to open the specific .score file using
/usr/bin/open /path/to/file.scorein the launchd plist. This causes Score to open, but rather than loading the .score file, it just starts up with a blank template. I notice also that even if I set .score files to always open with Score (using the Finder info panel), double-clicking on .score files in Finder just opens Score with a blank template. Is there a way open .score files with Score from the command line or Finder, rather than having to load them from Score’s menu? If it doesn’t exist, could this be added?
When Score is opened after a crash, it automatically prompts you to reload your work. Is there a way to disable this crash recovery prompt?