Script File Processing

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willie001
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When executing a script file BatchPhoto keep on prompting for GhostScript to be installed.

I installed GhostScript 32 bit, restarted BatchPhoto and restarted my machine and still get the same issue.

I am NOT processing any pdf files, just adding a few watermarks to jpg images.

I need the script to run silently in the background without any human intevention.

Please help
Cosmin
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Hi,

Thank you for using BatchPhoto.

The GhostScript library is required if you try to process any of Adobe's image formats: EPS, PSD, EPI, EPT, PS* etc. If you only process regular formats like JPG, PNG, TIF, GIF, and so on, GhostScript should not be required.

If you want to hide the BatchPhoto interface completely, you need to add the following lines in the script file:

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<Properties Class="Script">
 <Property Name="DisableNotifications">1</Property>
 <Property Name="HideProcessing">1</Property>
</Properties>
Regards,
Mike Cosmin Unguru
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willie001
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Hi, I do hide the Notifications and Processing but still gets the popup to install GhostScript.
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willie001
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Never mind, found the issue.

I am processing thousands of files at a time and there seems to be a few PDF's in between them and that caused the popup to appear.

Filtering them out now.

Thanks.
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