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I need to close multiple windows with UNC titles. I can't seem to make the WinClose command execute properly. It has only worked for a titled Notepad window. My window titles shows the full UNC path \\servername\share folder.

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I need to close multiple windows with UNC titles. I can't seem to make the WinClose command execute properly. It has only worked for a titled Notepad window. My window titles shows the full UNC path \\servername\share folder.

TIA

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You can use AU3_Spy.exe to find the correct window title and check if you are using the correct windowTitleMatch Mode:

Opt("WinTitleMatchMode", 1) ;1=start, 2=subStr, 3=exact, 4=...


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You can use AU3_Spy.exe to find the correct window title and check if you are using the correct windowTitleMatch Mode:

Opt("WinTitleMatchMode", 1)    ;1=start, 2=subStr, 3=exact, 4=...

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Thank You! I did run both Au3 and AutoIt reveal mode and I copied and pasted the Windows title and it still did not work. Here is a sample with the first open window I'm trying to close, the other 6 lines are similar:

WinClose, \\oscadvzps1\GMAFiles\Archive

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WinClose, \\oscadvzps1\GMAFiles\Archive

You're either posting in the wrong forum (this is 3.x) or you're using a far outdated version of AutoIt.

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@Larry,

Is that documented anywhere in the help file? I am sure I have seen it somewhere before but I don't recall if it was on the forum or if I read it in the online help.

*** Matt @ MPCS

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Much thanks Larry! That worked. :ph34r:

I do apologize for not recognizing that I had downloaded and installed ver 2.64 and posted on a 3x thread. My Bad. :(

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