Per convention, items in brackets are optional. If an item contains spaces (eg filenames), then the item should be surrounded by double quotes.
Filename is the full path of a file to load immediately. Note that filename can also specify a jot: URL (details below).
If filename is a password-protected file, then you can optionally provide the password on the command-line to bypass the password prompt. For obvious reasons this is not recommended…
The following options are supported:
-print or -p — Prints the file to the default printer and terminates Jot+ Notes afterwards. A filename must be specified on the command-line.
-noplugins or -nop — No plugins will be loaded.
-notenoteid — Specifies the note to jump to initially. A filename must be specified on the command line. The syntax for noteid is the same as for note hyperlinks (see the Jot+ Notes help file for that information).
Jot+ Notes URL Syntax
Originally intended for use with Google Desktop Search (long story).
Where: Filename is the Jot+ Notes notefile to load, noteid is a specific note’s numeric ID (see Note | Properties), and the optional password is the notefile’s password. Per Internet standards, the filename and password need to be URL-encoded (eg replace spaces with “%20”).