The "It appears that you are running the 32-bit version Luminance HDR on a 64-bit system. (...)" message appears every time I run it. It should only appear the first time it is run.
There is a good reason why this message appears, and a even better one, why it appears every time.
I reopen the ticket: Daniel, can you make a ratio box and let the user decide whether he wants to see the message again or not?
And this reason is only known to the chosen few, and the user is an idiot and must always be bothered with the popup? Sorry, I have a good reason for running a 32-bit version on a 64-bit system, and I don't like being treated like a fool. I'm with Davide - let the user decide.
What is your reason of running the 32bit version on 64bit? Because, besides the memory limitation, the 32bit is also compiled with less optimizations, due to WinXP compatibility
It runs faster, and, until recently, wine couldn't support both 32-bit and 64-bit versions at the same time, which generally meant you'd fall back to the 32-bit version.
Only problem I ran into so far is a crash when processing a specific image set (already opened an issue for that) which the 64-bit version processed fine.
Regardless, "[x] Don't warn me again" is the right way to do it :]
Now the message box is just shown exactly 3 times.