xbatch - suppress file open options dialog

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Gewuerz

xbatch - suppress file open options dialog

Post by Gewuerz » Sat Sep 29, 2007 10:08 am

Hello,

i think xbatch is a very good script.
Would be beautiful if the functions were to be still integrated:
- suppress color profile warnings
- suppress file open options dialog.

Wolfgang

xbytor

xbatch - suppress file open options dialog

Post by xbytor » Sat Sep 29, 2007 5:37 pm

There is a simple change that you can make to the script for these settings. Change these two lines:

Code: Select all  opts.suppressOpen = false;
  opts.suppressProfile = false;


to look like this:
Code: Select all  opts.suppressOpen = true;
  opts.suppressProfile = true;


and you should be OK. I may add support for these settings in the UI in a future release.

-X

Gewuerz

xbatch - suppress file open options dialog

Post by Gewuerz » Sun Sep 30, 2007 6:52 am

Thanks xbytor,
i have change that - is unfortunately not perfect working . The script is open the first picture an ask me in photoshop: "Embedded Profile Mismatch"
For all other pictures (afterwards) it works perfectly
can you help?

Thanks Wolfgang

xbytor

xbatch - suppress file open options dialog

Post by xbytor » Sun Sep 30, 2007 7:13 pm

xbatch creates a log file in your home directory called xbatch.log. E-mail that to me. There may be something that indicates a problem there.

Also, what happens if you run PS Batch instead of xbatch? Internally, xbatch calls PS Batch so I'm wondering if there is some other underlying problem at work here.

-X

Gewuerz

xbatch - suppress file open options dialog

Post by Gewuerz » Tue Oct 02, 2007 7:48 am

Hello xbytor,

i have tested again. i think is small incompatibility with another external script possibly exists there. Your script work perfect.
I have sent a Email.

Wolfgang

xbytor

xbatch - suppress file open options dialog

Post by xbytor » Tue Oct 02, 2007 5:26 pm

Gewuerz wrote:i have tested again. i think is small incompatibility with another external script possibly exists there. Your script work perfect.

It's an odd error. Let us know if you get it fixed.

I've also updated xbatch so that suppressProfileWarnings and suppressOpenOptions now appear in the UI.

-X

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