vitor Posted June 12, 2017 Share Posted June 12, 2017 This is a suggestion, and not a request. It references a recent thread. It’s not uncommon to see novice users use a Terminal Command node when they should really be using Run Script. The ones we know about are the ones that bump into problems or limitations because of it (like the aforementioned thread), but I bet many others unnecessarily suffer from a worse experience1 for no reason other than not knowing better. It makes sense. These novice have no real concept of a script but they’ve run commands in a Terminal before. To them, the Terminal is not a gateway to other tools in the system; the Terminal is the tool — a single app that can do many things. I think it’d be beneficial if the Terminal Command configuration sheet — or at the very least its help page — would mention that most of the time what the user wants is a Run Script, not a Terminal Command. 1. Having a Terminal open and needing to close it every time Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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