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       gtk-launch - Launch an application


       gtk-launch [OPTION...] APPLICATION [URI...]


       gtk-launch launches an application using the given name. The application is started with
       proper startup notification on a default display, unless specified otherwise.

       gtk-launch takes at least one argument, the name of the application to launch. The name
       should match application desktop file name, as residing in /usr/share/application, with or
       without the '.desktop' suffix.

       If called with more than one argument, the rest of them besides the application name are
       considered URI locations and are passed as arguments to the launched application.


       The following options are understood:

       -?, --help
           Prints a short help text and exits.

           Prints the program version and exits.