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I'm opening a .pdf file from the command line in Chrome (Windows 7 64 bit). Every time the pdf file changes open the pdf to view it, but I don't want Chrome to open it in a new tab every time.

Is there a command line argument I can use to stop a file opening in multiple tabs?

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You might want to consider using chromi possibly with its command line tool chromix which can tell Chrome to create new tabs and reload existing tabs. – Dan D. May 11 '13 at 23:52

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