Hmmm. Unfortunately that doesn’t work when I launch pdfedit with a file L

Does anyone know if there’s another way to do this?  I thought putting it in init.qs might do the trick, but no such luck L

 


From: Alister Hood
Sent: Friday, 30 January 2009 4:10 p.m.
To: 'pdfedit-support@lists.sourceforge.net'
Subject: Howto: hide console automatically.

 

Thanks for that Doug J

 

This might help someone else one day: I wanted to hide the console automatically, and I couldn’t find a setting for it, so I edited /usr/local/share/pdfedit/callbacks.qs like this, which hides it when I load a document:

 

/**

 Callback called after document is loaded and after onLoad.

 This function is empty and to be re-defined by user if necessary

*/

function onLoadUser() {

 showHide("commandline","hideCmd")

}

 

 

> Alister--
>
> http://pdfedit.petricek.net/bt/main_page.php
>
>:- Doug.
>
> > On Fri, 2009-01-30 at 15:06 +1300, Alister Hood wrote:
> > I should probably report this as a bug, except I can’t find the bug
> > tracker.
> >
> >
> >
> > I had pdfedit running happily in cygwin, until this afternoon I went
> > to launch it and nothing happened. It now launches happily if I
> > delete ~/.pdfedit/history, but when it closes it recreates the file
> > and I have to delete it again. If I don’t delete it pdfedit runs
> > (taking up 20% CPU), but the gui never appears.
> >
> > The workaround is to create a file ~/.pdfedit instead of the
> > directory, or a folder ~/.pdfedit/history instead of the file.
> >
> >
> >
> > Alister

>