Kisslicer from command line on windows

Kisslicer from command line on windows

Postby masterofreality » 25 Jun 2019, 02:10

Hello.
I'm using Kisslicer for automation slicing process of 3d printing small factory.

I Run kisslicer from console in windows from external application service. (with -hidegui and etc arguments )

Please! Tell me, How can i ignore this message programmaticaly (without pressing the button) for ex. is there are settings or any workaround ?

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Re: Kisslicer from command line on windows

Postby pjr » 25 Jun 2019, 02:43

Could you not simply open the Settings/Misc tab and increase the RAM Warning to something more sensible?

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Re: Kisslicer from command line on windows

Postby masterofreality » 25 Jun 2019, 03:09

Unfortunately no (
Because if RAM warning value more than real RAM , this value is igonring. I was thinking that in nogui mode should not be any windows.
Or May be can set this value in config file?
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Re: Kisslicer from command line on windows

Postby pjr » 25 Jun 2019, 09:44

masterofreality wrote:Unfortunately no (
Because if RAM warning value more than real RAM , this value is igonring. I was thinking that in nogui mode should not be any windows.
Or May be can set this value in config file?


Yeah, I thought that may be the case. Just checking. Hopefully I will have a response shortly.

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