I am using a script to automate deconvolution of my images using DeconvolutionLab2 plugin.
Those of you familiar with using this plugin will know that upon running it creates a window called “Monitor of Run” that basically does what it says on the tin.
Since my script runs this over many different files, for every run on an image I collect one such window on my desktop. If I imagine an overnight job for 100 images I would get 100 of such windows. Unfortunately, according to a similar discussion previously held here, closing these “Monitor of Run” windows may not be solvable via macro.
But since DeconvolutionLab2 is a fairly popular plugin I was wondering how some of you work around this problem.
If you have any idea on ow to solve this, please drop a note.