Working on dialing in some automated and unattended installations and I am running into a UI type thing and am curious if there is a way to resolve it.
At the top level I am curious if there is a way to disable the "Open Composition!" dialog box? To be sure it says, "Open Composition! Do you really want to open a composition? All unsaved progress will be lost." It then has the options of: "Cancel", "Open", "Save & Open".
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This happens when I have composition A open and I click, launch, or schedule a composition B.
I looked through preferences but only saw a box for "Display Quit Confirmation on Close", which is similar...
Can this be disabled?
The reason I ask is because when a user would use a tool like Windows Scheduler to launch certain compositions everyday there sometimes is the need to launch a special one for say, New Years. Now imagine there are 2 special days each month.
One solution is to create a Scheduler event that closes Resolume and then make another that launches the correct one. If you only launch, and don't close, you get the dialog box. Which, in an unattended use case, just sits there...
So, I ask this so I don't have to make 2 entries for every special date.
Perhaps there is a deeper settings menu somewhere?
Maybe I can launch it with a terminal command and special flags like -d (as in launch without dialog??).
I hope the description of the problem was clear enough for some tips or ideas.