I noticed that a certain program works in a special way when sending an argument.
The only way to send an argument is by clicking "Start -> Run..." and typing:
for e.g (which does not work anyway)
If I try to do the same from a Command-line-window, it doesn't work. Neither does "programname argument". I must be able to open the program with an argument from a website (with Wscript shell which is another story) but this will probably not work.
Does anyone have a clue how this strange colon syntax works?
UPDATE: As requested, here's a real example:
That's the exact syntax, which results in the program opening the specific information for ARG1 and ARG2. AGS is just the name of the program which is a normal windows-program.