Hiding the status window is helpful when the bot is running and requires any interaction with interface elements that may be behind this screen. In this article, you will learn how to hide it when a robot is running.
There are two ways to perform this action: from Studio Pro and from Bot Runner.
Here’s how to do it in a few easy steps:
Using Studio Pro
Open the Project.
Go to "Settings".
Click "Execution". The settings window opens.
Find "Status window settings" and uncheck the “Enable status window” option.
Caution: This option only disables the status window for Studio Pro. If you want the window to be disabled when the robot is executed from Bot Runner manually or from Orchestrator, you must disable the status window from the menu Settings → Project → Execution → Uncheck the "Enable status window" option.
Note: All project settings made in the Settings → Project menu are exported when the workflow is published to SaaS Orchestrator or exported to the .neek file.
Using Bot Runner
Open Bot Runner.
Right-click on the Bot Runner icon displayed in the tray.
In the context menu, select "Settings". The Bot Runner settings window opens.
Go to "Execution" settings and uncheck the "Enable status window" option.
Note: Remember that by hiding the window, it becomes invisible during the entire execution of the project. That way, it is not possible to activate or deactivate the status window while the robot is running.