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How to run an extendscript with a bat file?

Engaged ,
Feb 07, 2024 Feb 07, 2024

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Hello,

Is there a way to use a "bat file" or something like that, in Windows (or any other OS, we can adapt afterwards), or any languege, to order an  ExtendScript to run, without having to click or do anything (such as run-> startdebugging-> software, or an html button), just opening the bat file or running (another) code?

 

That could be very helpful please.

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Adobe Employee , Feb 07, 2024 Feb 07, 2024

It is possible, but not recommended, to invoke ExtendScript in PPro, via command line. 

Panels are the recommended approach to invoking ExtendScript in PPro.

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It is possible, but not recommended, to invoke ExtendScript in PPro, via command line. 

Panels are the recommended approach to invoking ExtendScript in PPro.

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