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How to normally exit the process but not force to kill with ProcessClose function?

How to get the focus of tray icon?

Execute me for my english...

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How to normally exit the process but not force to kill with ProcessClose function?

How to get the focus of tray icon?

Execute me for my english...

WinClos closes a window normally.

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It's better than some posts from people who speak english natively.

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Thank you for all answer to me.

My English is poor. I'm Taiwanese.

WinClos closes a window normally.

But the process which I wanna close is a non-window process, so i cannot close it by the title of it.

That's real trouble what i cannot solve.

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Look at Systray UDF

You may click on desired tray icon.

Where can i find the reference about it?

I don't find any in AutoIt.chm.

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If the process has no window, the only "normal" way to close it is by sending an exit command to it's tray menu (or any other user access point).

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#10 ·  Posted

If the process has no window, the only "normal" way to close it is by sending an exit command to it's tray menu (or any other user access point).

I just wonder how to do it.

Send a messeng to the process? Such as WM_*****?

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#12 ·  Posted

Search for PostMessage and SendMessage.

I cannot find anything about PostMessage. What's it?

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#13 ·  Posted

I think he meant this.

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