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Can Retro 8 bypass script with warning


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Sometimes I will have a script report a warning.

 

At that point, usually it is a "needs media," Retro will stop and not proceed to next scheduled script.

 

Is there a way to force Retro to automatically skip to next scheduled script.

 

Sometimes I don't find this out for hours or days.

 

Thank you.

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Sometimes I don't find this out for hours or days.

 

I have my copy of Retrospect configured to send me emails. Retrospect sends an email whenever it needs media. If you don't already have that set up, it should cut that time down significantly.

 

(Just remember not to click the "Send Test E-mail" button, because that will cause the console to hang.)

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At that point, usually it is a "needs media," Retro will stop and not proceed to next scheduled script.

There is an option in Preferences/Media to set a timeout period, after which Retrospect will continue with the next scheduled item whenever the correct media is not available.

 

This is actually the same as it was in Retrospect 6.

 

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