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    Default ZScript to select "dismiss warning until restart"

    Is there a way to script the clicking of the "dismiss until restart" when the warning pops up?

    I was thinking of creating a macro that went through and selected each of the types of alternate/modifier brushes so it could quickly clear out the warnings for each one. I tried recording the macro and it worked for selecting the brushes but wasn't able to record the actions for getting rid of the warning.

    I thought this might be a good way to quickly handle all the warnings for the brushes when I start the program.

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    Sadly this isn't possible. In this context, it's only possible to simulate an 'Enter' keypress through zscript and for those warnings this results in cancelling the action.

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    It'd be nice if Zbrush had an option to turn these warnings off for advanced users.

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    Marcus-
    Thanks for letting me know. I'm starting to figure out that if you do a search of the forum and don't see some kinda of variant of what you want to do, chances are ZScript won't be able to do it.

    Mental Frog-
    Before posting my question I was emailing with Pixologic support on a suggestion ticket I submitted about warnings and adding a preference to disable the brush ones. As usual, support with the company is GREAT and I'm still surprised that they take time to really work with you on stuff - even a suggestion. Unfortunately, the warnings will be around a while I guess. As I understand it, all the warnings are bound together and it would take a complete overhaul of that system in the program to be able to add the ability to turn some of them off permanently. I can see why it's not an easy addition for one of the upgrades but it's still regrettable. Those brush warnings are annoying and if you're recovering from a crash and they show up, it really adds to the frustration.

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