When I run a script from a command line, I get the "You are about to run a script in Adobe FrameMaker 12. You should only run a script from a trusted source." Etc. The ExtendScript Toolkit docs say "the user-script folder of installed Adobe applications". Any idea where this would be for FrameMaker 12? Thanks.
On first launch, the Toolkit creates a folder named Adobe Scripts in the user's Documents folder. The
Default favorite in the Scripts panel displays the contents of this folder.
When double-clicking a JSX file, the Toolkit normally acts as an invisible security filter. Before actually
launching the file, a security dialog asks if it is OK to execute the script. The Toolkit treats the user's
Documents/Adobe Scripts folder, however, as a trusted location; when you double-click a JSX file in that
folder, the Toolkit does not display the security alert.
In WIndows, that is "%userprofile%\Documents\Adobe Scripts".
Hi Mike, I just tested this and you are right.Thank you very much. -Rick