Hi Hans,

you can remove the entire stdout if you want, but that is probably not what you want. An other hack I can imagine is to insert 10 empty lines at the beginning of stdout.


Ciao,
Bjoern

Am 24.03.2014 10:40, schrieb Hans van Leeuwen:
Hi,

Currently if there is anything written to stdout it is also shown in the
expanded history item of the job (in the right hand history panel). Is
there a way to suppress that? I searched for a possible solution but could
not find anything.

Thank you,

Best regards,

Hans van Leeuwen



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