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Conditional closing up the script

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Hello,

I have a AutoIt3 script that launches a third party application and automates some operations on it mainly by sending keys. I would like the script to exit when the user has closed up the controlled application. Now it remains paused on the tray which is not what I want.

Thanks in advance for your help.


Warmly,Narciso

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Hi,

if Not ProcessExists() Then Exit

So long,

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Or you could do this:

AdlibEnable("CheckIfStillExists",100);check every 100ms to see if the window or process has closed

;Your main script goes here

Func CheckIfStillExists()
    If Not ProcessExists("Process.exe") Then Terminate()
;~  If Not WinExists("Application Window") Then Terminate();You could also do this if it is a window that is being closed
EndFunc

Func Terminate()
;Stop doing whatever it is that you are doing.  Maybe give an error message, close open file handles, whatever
Exit;Now exit the script
EndFunc

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Or you could do this:

AdlibEnable("CheckIfStillExists",100);check every 100ms to see if the window or process has closed

;Your main script goes here

Func CheckIfStillExists()
    If Not ProcessExists("Process.exe") Then Terminate()
;~  If Not WinExists("Application Window") Then Terminate();You could also do this if it is a window that is being closed
EndFunc

Func Terminate()
;Stop doing whatever it is that you are doing.  Maybe give an error message, close open file handles, whatever
Exit;Now exit the script
EndFunc

- The Kandie Man ;-)

Thank you all and especially Kandie Man. That's exactly what I needed!!! :)

Warmly,Narciso

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