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Help stopping an application

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I've already searched the help for it , but I can't find any commands that can kill running applications, I read the faq as well, thx for any help!

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

To name a few.....

ProcessClose(), WinClose() and WinKill()

Winclose and Winkill not working because I want to kill a fullscreen application which I am in, but will try ProcessClose, thx

e: processclose is not working as well, Don't know why, what should I try to make my script runable in a fullscreen application?

Edited by wakummaci

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dsnt matter if the application is fullscreen... try to use Au3Info.exe to get the name of the window then close it with winkill

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It does.. If I try to shut total commander or my documents with win kill / processclose it works but not on the fullscreen application

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It does.. If I try to shut total commander or my documents with win kill / processclose it works but not on the fullscreen application

Look here, work fine:

While 1
    If WinExists("My Documents") Then
        WinKill("My Documents")
    EndIf
    Sleep(10)
WEnd

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why dsnt work? u get an error or nothing happen?

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It does.. If I try to shut total commander or my documents with win kill / processclose it works but not on the fullscreen application

As I have already said, this works... because my documents is not a full screen application.

Yes nothing happens.

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As I have already said, this works... because my documents is not a full screen application.

Yes nothing happens.

Open My Document and then press F11 to make full screen and then run code from post#6.


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