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Terminal + Platypus Help


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Hey, I am trying to make a application (I will most likely just make it into a script) that when i open it it start a server for urban terror. I startup a server with terminal by typing the location of my urban terror .ub and then typing this command +set dedicated 2 +exec server.cfg, but how can i make a wrapper with Platypus that will do this and still keep the server up and running?
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