William F Pokorny writes:
> Thorsten wrote:
>> you need to find out who created that port and figure out what they
>> did. The regular Unix code does not create any menu bar or icon
>> because it simply knows nothing about Mac OS X.
>> The other thing is that you should not be starting 2000 instances of
>> POV-Ray at the same time...
>> Francois LE COAT wrote:
>>> I don't know how I should modify it, so that is doesn't use a menu ba
>>> and show an icon in the macOS dock. "Display=Off" is set, so what s
>>> I do more ? I want POV-Ray to be quiet ... The menu bar and icon are
>>> embarrassing. That prevents from using anything else than POV-Ray :-(
> I agree with Thorsten that finding the author of your particular port
> and asking them whether one can suppress the menu bar and icon may
> ultimately be your only option.
> That said, people doing mac ports have posted unix/linux build issues t
> github - so some are using the shipped unix/linux build system. You hav
> the display off - good. Somewhere you are issuing a command line like:
> povray your.ini ...
> It's a shot in the dark, but add '--preview text' to the command line
> and see if that helps... Try first running a single job with that
> command line. It's a unix/linux only option and not an ini settable one
> If it isn't supported / doesn't work, it should be immediately obvious
> from one render.
If I launch "%povray --preview text pacman.ini" in command line I have :
povray: cannot open the user configuration file
/Users/admin/.povray/3.7/povray.conf: No such file or directory
Problem with option setting
povray --preview text pacman.ini
Failed to parse command-line option
That doesn't work. Do you have an advice ?
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