Uninstalling/Reinstalling does not remove prompt. Starting appearing after most recent update to with the new ipad features. Going back to older version, the window doesn't appear.6 votes
This issue is happening due to a security feature added in Illustrator to inform the user if any external application tries to execute a script in Illustrator.
Solution: Update your Logitech options app to the latest version – https://www.logitech.com/en-in/product/options
We heard from some users that above solution is not working for them, we are investigating this issue. Meanwhile users can try the below workaround
Create a JSX file with the following content:
Save the above JSX file. Now, go to File > Scripts > Other Script, and choose the newly saved jsx file.
This will suppress the warning dialog and run the script.
I have an Applescript that has the statement
open (thePDFName as alias) without dialogs
In Adobe Illustrator 2019, it works. In Adobe Illustrator 2020, it gives me an "unable to open file" error. When I comment out "without dialogs", it opens the file, but then naturally pops open a dialog (not helpful when you are opening dozens of files!)
MacOS 10.13.6, not sure what other information would be needed.2 votes
This issue is reproducible with HFS paths.
Workaround: Use the POSIX path for opening files
set myFilePath to POSIX path of theAIFile
open file myFilePath without dialogs
I believe this might be a bug since it crashed Illustrator rather than the script crashing gracefuly.
I have a script which, when completed, crashes Illustrator. The script runs fine when ran from within the ESTK but crashes when ran from the AI File->Scripts menu. Attached is the crash log. I cannot post the script itself here but am willing to send it to an Adobe employee privately if needed.2 votes
Thanks for sharing the script, we are able to repro the issue at our side & have forwarded it to the engineering team for further isolation.
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