Hiding resolution dialog with commandline flag

(Platform: Windows)

I don’t want to change the resolution dialog to HiddenByDefault, but I would like to be able to start the .exe without Unity asking for a resolution (e.g. from the command line).

Is there a way to do that besides hiding the dialog and writing my own resolution selection code?

I don’t think it’s possible from what the documentation is saying about it.
From what I understand, the best alternative is to have a configuration file in your case, which is read upon launch and sets resolutions, input and other settings related to the program. Inevitably this involves handling the resolutions yourself.

As a footnote, while using Hidden By Default in Player Settings, you can access the resolution dialog upon application launch while holding the Shift key (Windows) or Alt key (Mac OS).