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WinKill program

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how do i use WinKill to close the program if u dont know the 1st name of the program cos it always changes but u know the name after the - say the stars r the name u dont know and the rest is what u know.

(********** - My Program) so how would i close that

Winkill("My Program") dosnt seem to work.

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how do i use WinKill to close the program if u dont know the 1st name of the program cos it always changes but u know the name after the - say the stars r the name u dont know and the rest is what u know.

(********** - My Program) so how would i close that

Winkill("My Program") dosnt seem to work.

You should try the help before you post a question. If you look up WinKill it tells you that for the title parameter "See Title special definition.". Follow that link and you will find the answer.


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i looked in the help and i used Winkill("[CLASS:My Program]") but it didnt work

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i cant even get it to close windosw internet explorer

Winkill("[CLASS:Windows Internet Explorer]")

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epicfail,

And what is the CLASS name of an IE window - have you checked using the Au3 Window Info tool? It most certainly is not "Windows Internet Explorer"! :)

Why not look again at the page in the Help file that martin suggested - careful reading of the section headed "Mode 2" and then the first 2 lines on the page should give you the answer. :)

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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

Opt("WinTitleMatchMode", 2)

Winkill("Windows Internet Explorer")

so thats right?

ohhh and the Class is IEFrame?

Edited by epicfail

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