Le 2013-02-26 13:48, Elmar Krieger a écrit :
> my application uses POV-Ray for rendering, so my users first install POV-Ray and
> then run my application.
> What happens often and leads to complaints is that users run my application at
> work, go home, and when they come back the next morning, the work has not been
> completed. Instead everything hangs at POV-Ray, which shows a Windows welcome
> splash screen and waits for the user to click a button.
> So it appears that the first time you run POV-Ray after installing it, you need
> to press a button. Is there any way to disable this behavior? How does POV-Ray
> remember that it has been run once already? Can I maybe change a registry entry
> or similar from my application?
> Thanks for your help,
In "pvengine.ini", you have:
This tels you how many times POV-Ray have been started.
Toward the end of the file, you find this section:
All items set to 1 will not be shown.
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