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I have Never Faced Such Issue before. With Autoit.

I'm Doing some Edits on Clipboard data. Using A While Loop for continue Checking Clipboard. 

I have compiled script as exe file & ran it.

Problem is that Even After Closing Script. Clipboard Edits Are continue happening.

Even Tried Restarting PC , But No Help. Checked Task Manager But There Is No Process Related to Compiled exe file.


I'm Using Autoit V3.3.14.5 




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9 minutes ago, FrancescoDiMuro said:

What a conceited answer from someone who's asking for help.

If I Don't Want to Share My Script That's My Choice,

He Replied With  : "or do we have to organize a medium to look into a crystal ball?" instead of simply Writing to Share Script.

9 minutes ago, FrancescoDiMuro said:

Hope Mods will help you out to get the right behaviour to stay here :) 

if they're going to block me for replying harshly to Such a harsh Reply. No Problem It Takes 1 minute to Create a New Account

17 minutes ago, FrancescoDiMuro said:

conceited answer

I'm not active on this Forum. that doesn't mean that  i'm new to autoit.

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If you do not show us some code which can reproduce the behaviour you describe then I am afraid we cannot help you. I have never heard of an AutoIt compiled exe which continues running after closure - and certainly not after a machine reboot. So either you have done something within the code which causes this behaviour (which is why we need to see a reproducer script) or there is something else going on with your machine - which I consider the most likely explanation.

So over to you - if you want help then show some code.


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@AutoPM I apologize if you thought I was responding harshly, it was sarcasm  The point I was trying to make was, how are we suppose to help you without seeing the code, we can only assume that it's an issue with your code as we've never seen this behavior before, as Melba23 has just pointed out.

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What macro did you used one after one? -.-

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