I'm running Silk 5.0 on NT 4.0 server and have an .opt file that is always open. (and needs to be for one of my scripts..

However, I have another script that needs to run WITHOUT THE OPTIONS IN THE .OPT FILE. This means that I need to be able to (a)launch Silk from the command line AND (b) CLOSE THE OPTION SET BEFORE the base state begins to run, script runs, etc.

Anyone know if this is possible? (The reason I don't need base state set is that I simply need Silk to export the .res file of the previous .pln file that was run. Since you can only export results when a script finishes successfully (I think), I need a second script that will also export .res files for failed scripts.)