|If you are on a Windows computer, and you mean batch (not bash), you're most likely not passing the correct argument. It is supposed to be a path leading to a settings file. It normally will give you the error if the file does not exist, but if the argument isn't a path or file at all, it will also give you an error.|
You can also enclose %~f1 in quotes.
If you're on Linux or anything else that uses bash, you can't use this script.
Don't worry if plan A fails, there are 25 more letters in the alphabet ;)
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