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    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 –

    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:
    app.preferences.setBooleanPreference(“ShowExternalJSXWarning”, false);
    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.

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    Amy commented  · 

    I'm on Mac M1, OS 11.4, and Illustrator auto-updated last night to v25.3.1. Upon launching Ai, I repeatedly get a popup message/warning that I'm "about to run the script contained in the file 'IllustratorGc.jsx'". The message is persistent; even if I hit "cancel", it pops up again within seconds. Doesn't seem to matter if I launch the program without a file selected or am opening an existing file. Annoying!

    Amy supported this idea  · 

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