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Hearing a program close

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Hey guys,

I have a script that launches a swf (thanks to help from a previous thread) and I want to know if there is a way to kind of listen for that swf closing and see if it closed cleanly. I think Run and ShellExecute return their values after the program has opened, not when it is closed. Is there a way to detect and process or program closing? Thanks.

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Use ProcessExists to see if it's there and to play a sound when it isn't. I'd set a flag if you're doing it in a loop, to only trigger the sound once unless the process exists again. Otherwise it will be played every time through the loop.


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Thanks! I put it as the condition for a while loop and it works great.

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