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Stuempi

Hey,

I got some problems with an if-instruction...

RunWait("C:\Program Files\test.exe", "C:\Program Files\")
If WinWaitActive("Test") Then 
    WinClose("Test")
Else 
    RunWait("C:\Program Files\test.exe", "C:\Program Files\")
    Sleep(5000)
    If WinWaitActive("Test") Then 
        WinClose("Test")
    Else 
    MsgBox(64, "Success")
    EndIf
EndIf
MsgBox(64, "Success")
Exit

So after starting test.exe it can be that another window is opening... this should be closed before starting test.exe again (and if the window is again opening it should be closed again...)... that's it, but after the first test.exe the script hangs up... any idea what I'm doing wrong?

Thanks in advance!

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Melba23

Stuempi,

It is hanging because you are using WinWaitActive in your If line. As this command waits until the window "Test" is active - and you have just closed it - the script just sits there waiting.....

Try changing the 2 instances of WinWaitActive into WinActive and see if that gives the result you want.

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Hina

I got the idea what u are trying to do plz check the following code

#cs

Auther: Hina            Date: 20-04-2009

Time: 21:03:35          Prorect: ......

#ce


Run(@ProgramFilesDir&"\Test.exe")
If WinExists("Test")Then 
    WinClose("Test")
Else
    Run(@ProgramFilesDir&"\Test 2.exe")
    If WinExists("Test1")Then
        WinClose("Test 1")
    EndIf
Endif
MsgBox(64, "Test Result", "Success")
Exit

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Stuempi

oh my god...

thanks a bunch!

it's always those little things in live... ^_^

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