Re: [Clip] Closing DOS window
- Hi abair
>> The "DOS" window stays open because NoteTab does not exit. (InIf you run it from a Clip instead, you can try using the
>> other words, the batch file does not "end" because NoteTab
>> does not "return" to it, because NoteTab does not exit.)
>Hmm, I have exactly the opposite problem -- I need to add a
>"pause" command in the batchfile to FORCE it to stay open, so I
>can see error messages, if any.
^!ShellWait command after your line to launch the .bat file.
I just use my "Launch" Checkbox Wizard Clip that has my dialup
and programs I use (checked for the ones I launch all the time
and unchecked for those I don't by default) and have a shortcut
to it on my desktop. I could of course put it in my startup
folder, but on some rare occasions I don't want to use it.
>I use the "start" batch command to launch a Windows application,See ya in the funnies,
>such as NoteTab.
>Perhaps that will cure your problem.
Jody Adair, Prov. 15:15
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- John, thanks for your interest and input.
H. Savage, thank you for the information on NoteTab minimization.
Jody, thanks for the information on keyboard-related commands. The organization
of my responses was due to necessity. I'm able to check my e-mail only once
each day or two, and I figured it would be a good way to reduce the group's
To everyone who responded: Many thanks for your help. Not only did I get a
solution (thanks again, Hugo), but I received enough useful information that I
am generating a "NoteTab Tips" file for my personal use based on the
information you've sent.
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