Hey there - with Win 10 the following command will no longer work:
"C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CC 2015\Photoshop.exe" c:/trees/s2/game/temp/shg_sub_import_body_temp.jsx
It will open photoshop. However, the script will fail to start and run. I can run the script manually in photoshop without error. This seems to be a permissions issue; however, toggling "run as administrator" doesn't make a difference.
Suggestions? Is there a registry setting to fix this? This is being run on a corporate network - so changing user account settings probably isn't an option.
Also, there seems to be no official documentation of this functionality on the Adobe site. I learned about this only searching via google. Can this be corrected please?
It was the slash orientation. However, my requested for documentation still stands - please.
I would think that that would be in Microsoft documentation about command line syntax and Adobe may have some Photoshop command line options in their Photoshop Documentation. Adobe's Photoshop Documentation is not the greatest. I have been using Photoshop for many years since Photoshop version 3. I have never found and Adobe documentation on Photoshop command line options or switches. Most startup option seem to be Keyboard shortcuts. If you find and Adobe Documentation one the subject let us.
You found your Problem was your Windows Command line Syntax was wrong.