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I recently installed Autoit, and tried to make couple of macros. In some occasion I managed to make simple macros, but in this I couldn't find solution.

I have newest version of Autoit, using Windows 10 x64.

I tried to make macro to close the window/application "Tor browser"
It activates the window if it is not active but doesn't close it:

WinActivate("About Tor - Tor Browser")
WinClose("About Tor - Tor Browser")

It doesnt report an error, it executes the macro, but window is not closed.

I also tried Winkill, and to record strokes alt+F4, alt+X... but no luck
Help will be appreciated.

Edited by Robert9

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It would be better if you could post your code.   Otherwise, it is hard to say what is happening.  WinClose should return either a 0 or 1.  When you say you get no error are you getting a 1?  That would mean success and no error. You can double check it this way:

$result=WinClose("About Tor - Tor Browser")

msgbox(0,"Result","This is the result: "&$result)

 

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I would try again but use WinKill.  What is the result for that?  I would hope it would be blank.  It should only return a 1 if it worked.  Also, have you confirmed you only have one instance of this window / app running?  Check your task manager to confirm.

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Same result with WinKill. You can check if you install this program Tor Browser.
It is only one instance.

Is there a command to close a program by location on disk? like "C:\Tor Browser\Browser\firefox.exe"

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Update: now I compiled the script and run it as admin, it works.

Dont know why it doesnt work as a script, but it works as .exe. But it is important it works. :)
 

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Just add #RequireAdmin at the top of your script to force the script to always run AsAdmin.

Jos

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