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comment Mac Command Line Open PDF to Specific Page
This is still a solution that uses AppleScript. But it confirms that you can't do a simple command line thing.. thanks!
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comment Mac Command Line Open PDF to Specific Page
Thanks for the comment, but could you pls elaborate a bit more? I thought man open gives the args for the command open, which all go before the file name, e.g.-a to specify the application. But I thought I need to call `--args' to pass some sort of a page parameter to the PDF reader itself in this case. I don't know what args I could pass? If you could give an example that'd be much appreciated..
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