Running a LibreOffice on a mac. Needing to use a command line to open an
unusual extension directly into calc ...
open -a LibreOffice.app --args --calc ##
where ## is the filename.
This works perfectly for the first file.
But, attempting to use this for a second file, fails to load.
open --new -a LibreOffice.app --args --calc ##
But is there a way to NOT have a second (or more) copies of LibreOffice
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