I just checked and you are correct that when calling your own scripts you must leave out that parameter for it to work even though the pdb browser shows it.
-Rob A> On 12/18/08, Pablo Yaggi <pya...@alsurdelsur.com> wrote: > But I try to call my own script with the RUN-NONINTERACTIVE > argument and it complains about the argument list, if i remove it, > it works just fine, then when i use my script with the parameters > i declared in the define everything goes perfect but adding > the parameter run-mode as it gets listed in the browser help > then it fails. > > > On Thursday 18 December 2008 12:19:31 Rob Antonishen wrote: >> If you specify RUN-NONINTERACTIVE it will run without the dialog box >> appearing. >> >> On 12/18/08, Pablo Yaggi <pya...@alsurdelsur.com> wrote: >> > Hi, >> > >> > In the scrupt-fu browser under parameters most of the >> > scripts even my own show as first parameter: >> > >> > run-mode INT32 Interactive,non-interactive >> > >> > but it can not be specified in call nor used inside >> > the script as is was implicit declared. >> > Why is it there ? what does it mean ? >> > >> > About Enums, I still can't find a way to >> > declare de enums. I need to use SF-ENUM >> > and present the user a combo with a list >> > of modes, but I don't know how to define >> > the enums to include in SF-ENUM. >> > Also I'm learning what available functions >> > I have (like if, cond, etc) reading other scripts, >> > I couldn't find any documentation out there, >> > is there any ? >> > >> > Best Regards >> > Pablo > > _______________________________________________ Gimp-developer mailing list Gimp-developer@lists.XCF.Berkeley.EDU https://lists.XCF.Berkeley.EDU/mailman/listinfo/gimp-developer