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script won't stop in spite of Ctrl-Break

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lrd

Hi,

I have a script that has suddenly stopped obeying the Ctrl-Break command. In the SciTE bottom window I can see that AutoIT did get the message by displaying

>Process failed to respond; forcing abrupt termination...

>Exit code: 1 Time: 142.206

However, I can still observe the script working (opening file dialogs, importing files into programs etc.)! This has not happened before - any ideas?

Details:

I am working on automating processing of microscope images with AutoIT. My script opens a program called PICOLAY that imports a 'z-stack' of image files, and exports the result (a sharpened picture). This is repeated for a matrix of positions and the results are then opened into Microsoft Image Composited Editor that 'sticthes them together.

All of this is then repeated for a timeseries.

Best regards, Lars

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BrewManNH

Post the script or a small reproducer demonstrating the problem. Otherwise we're just guessing. It sounds like your script starts another program and that program continues after you end your script, but without some idea of what's happening...


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