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c.haslam

In the attached script, clicking on Exit after clicking on the tray icon doesn't work. Why?

chk_nu_mail.zip

...chris

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GEOSoft

In the attached script, clicking on Exit after clicking on the tray icon doesn't work. Why?

...chris

Might have something to do with this

GuiCreate($macroname, 241, 119,-1, -1 , BitOR($WS_OVERLAPPEDWINDOW, $WS_CLIPSIBLINGS))
    GUICtrlSetOnEvent($GUI_EVENT_CLOSE,"CCEexit")

Should not be "GUICtrlSetOnEvent". Replace that with "GUISetOnEvent"


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c.haslam

Might have something to do with this

GuiCreate($macroname, 241, 119,-1, -1 , BitOR($WS_OVERLAPPEDWINDOW, $WS_CLIPSIBLINGS))
         GUICtrlSetOnEvent($GUI_EVENT_CLOSE,"CCEexit")

Should not be "GUICtrlSetOnEvent". Replace that with "GUISetOnEvent"

Thanks for pointing out the error, but fixing it didn't help.


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GEOSoft

Thanks for pointing out the error, but fixing it didn't help.

Then I'll leave it for someone else. I'm laying in bed with the laptop and I don't have AutoIt installed on here.

I just check my online help pages when I need to look something up.


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c.haslam

Then I'll leave it for someone else. I'm laying in bed with the laptop and I don't have AutoIt installed on here.

I just check my online help pages when I need to look something up.

I have uploaded the revised zip file


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FreeRider

Hi c.haslam,

To manage Tray events you should better use "TraySetOnEvent" (see AutoIt help file for details).

A tray is not a Gui...

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c.haslam

Hi c.haslam,

To manage Tray events you should better use "TraySetOnEvent" (see AutoIt help file for details).

A tray is not a Gui...

Bye

FreeRider

I now see my error: TraySetOnEvent(-1,"ExitScriptCB") should be TrayItemSetOnEvent(-1,"ExitScriptCB"). Thanks for the "nudge" in the right direction.

...chris


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