Sorry if I butt in without definitive answer, but have you tested if »Application.displayDialogs« does have a bearing on the issue?
Yes I tried, but as far as I know this disable dialoges once within the program.
The warning I mention displays even before opening the program. Don't know if it's a security issue of XP because of a script running and loading data from the internet or it's an issue of the PS script engine itself
So still no workaround..
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A couple of things you can try.
Make sure the script is in a trusted folder IE: the application presets/scripts folder
Also check that jsx extension is associated with Photoshop
Found the solution:
I have to place the script in the folder PS CS4 creates for scripts in XP located in documents and settings\user\My Documents\Adobe scripts
There seems to be a trusted folder and won't display any warning
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Encontré la solución:
Hay que copiar el script en la carpeta que se crea automáticamente al instalar PS CS4 y que se encuentra en documents and settings\usuario\Mis Documentos\Adobe Scripts
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