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Just_Plain_Cool

Disabling pause script in system tray...

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Hello all...

I am relatively new to AutoIt and I must say that I have been impressed. I have written a script to automate and schedule a process that a few friends and I use. The process is unimportant to this inquiry. The script has been compiled and works flawlessly. However, if one of the users clicks on the icon in the system try (either button has the same effect), the script pauses which can lead to the script not detecting its scheduled time. Is there a way to change this behavior? Or eliminate the "Script Paused" capability all together?

Thank you for any and all help,

Just_Plain_Cool :ph34r:

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Hi JdeB,

Thanks for the quick reply. The "Break(mode)" command also eliminates their ability to quit the script. I guess I could add a hotkey to exit and that would work around it. However, that counts on these guys being able to remember the hotkey. :ph34r: Anyway to just disable the pause?

Thanks again,

Just_Plain_Cool :(

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Believe it either both on or both off...

You could add a Hotkey and show a Splash window telling them what to do to stop execution....


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Okay, hotkey and splash screen it is.

Thanks for the help,

Just_Plain_Cool :ph34r:

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