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Flashget 3.3 Explorer Object

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Hi,

I don't mind it loading the pages but I don't want it to annoy my eyes & eating my memory... how do I ".Quit" it ?!

Tried:

$Obj = ObjGet("", "FlashGet3.Internet Explorer_Server")
$Obj.Quit
$Obj = 0

Doesn't work :mellow:

But this Hides it well:

ControlHide("FlashGet 3.3", "", "Internet Explorer_Server1")
ControlHide("FlashGet 3.3", "", "Internet Explorer_Server2")

I really hate it taking out my memory... any idea ?!

Have a nice day,

SK.


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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

Not the most clean method but if the program has an exe you call processclose() or maybe winclose().

Edited by FuryCell

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