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P3D v5 run scenProc in a batch from a different directory?

I run my scenProc scripts in a batch mode using the following file:

inside the bat file is several scripts to run:

scenProc B:\CHICO\Section_161\CHICO_X17\Control_Data\CHICO_X17_stage1.spc /run
scenProc B:\CHICO\Section_161\CHICO_X18\Control_Data\CHICO_X18_stage1.spc /run
scenProc B:\CHICO\Section_161\CHICO_X19\Control_Data\CHICO_X19_stage1.spc /run
scenProc B:\CHICO\Section_161\CHICO_X20\Control_Data\CHICO_X20_stage1.spc /run
scenProc B:\CHICO\Section_161\CHICO_X21\Control_Data\CHICO_X21_stage1.spc /run

It works good but I have to have the bat files inside the scenProc folder. And that folder is quickly getting filled up! I would prefer to run from another directory and drive, such as for example:

C:\Flightsim Design\scenPROC 3.1\scenProc B:\Section_84\AZ_AO29_scenPROC_Stage-3_final.spc /run

I've tried a few ways but the bats only run if inside the scenProc folder. Any way to do this?


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If you add a full path to scenproc and a full path to the script, I think it should not matter where your batch file is.
And put quotes around the path in case there are spaces:

"C:\Flightsim Design\scenPROC 3.1\scenProc" "B:\Section_84\AZ_AO29_scenPROC_Stage-3_final.spc" /run