Of course not! Why don't you just *read* what I wrote?
* I did not expect elevation; the application does not require it.
* I ran the application as a normal user; it ran as expected. It did
not request elevation; (I would not have granted it).
* Attempting to simulate my best guess of the OP's scenario, I ran it
again, this time as an administrator. It did not request elevation;
it already had it, so why would it ask? It *did* ask for permission
to modify settings on the computer; this is as expected, according
to my UAC configuration.