• Members 1 post
    Aug. 18, 2023, 7:56 a.m.

    I work at a welfare facility, where people with disabilities can participate in fairly normal work.
    Part of what we do is design, print and iron vinyl stickers onto various articles of cloth.

    We have a Graphtec CE6000-60, and have used Graphtec Studio for the longest time. On monday I managed to transition us over to Inkcut!
    A few tweaks to the device settings, and it works.

    However, starting inkcut from the command line is a hurdle for my colleagues and I.
    That's why I hope we can share our tips for creating clickable 'launcher files' for various OS.

    Here's a .bat file I've made for Windows 10, which works after adding the path to inkcut to your PATH variable.

    @Echo OFF
    start /max inkcut
    EXIT 0

    Alternatively, instead of messing with your PATH, you could replace inkcut with the full path to your inkcut install.
    I recommend making the .bat file non-writable to improve security.

    What are your tips?