I checked it and in fact, scripts ran directly from C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\My Documents\Adobe Scripts are not preceded by that protection question.
Problem is that I can't keep there my scripts. So question to users or even Adobe is if I want to have my scripts in other folder than that only one mentioned (in Tom Ruark reply) how to avoid popping up that qestion:
"You are about to run a script in Adobe Photoshop CS6 (64 bit). You should only run scripts from a trusted source. So you want to run the script?" (YES / NO)
Is there a way to turn it off pernamently? My computer is trusted source for me I don't see reason to press it each time I run some script :/ especially when some of my scripts are part of automation process, and that wouldn't be okey some program stopped because I have to confirm I'm sure I want to run my script...
In addition if those scripts are on server of local network where each computer got installed Photoshop, there is no need to send scripts to each computer. There can be done only shortcut to the folder with scripts.
Haven't ever noone experienced this problem, isn't there any solution?
Edit: I found solution, you may read about in this theard: https://forums.adobe.com/thread/855678
Anyone, especially newbies, asking for help with Photoshop Scripting and Photoshop Automation - as opposed to those contributing to discussion about an aspect of Photoshop Scripting
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