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    Call aplication only 1 time

    Hello, i try to embed one aplication in one skin, but i need that the aplication only run the first time, all other times only load skin and call aplication that load the first time.

    In menu.skin i put this code:
    "LOAD;DIGITALDASH.SKIN;!Afx:400000:3:0:6:db0a17;C: \DigitalDash\digitaldash.exe;!Afx:400000:3:0:6:db0 a17"


    I need only call ONE TIME digitaldash.exe, because if i call again it load again and stop to work, how i can do that?

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    It must not be embeding the first time correctly. RR first looks for the window name and if it can't find it then runs the loading parameter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue ZX3 View Post
    It must not be embeding the first time correctly. RR first looks for the window name and if it can't find it then runs the loading parameter.
    Damn the problem with DigitalDash is that all time that you run it, change his autoit Class name....

    First time: Afx:400000:3:0:6:770c37
    Second time: Afx:400000:3:0:6:3fa20cd5
    Third time: Afx:400000:3:0:6:b100713

    etc etc etc...... never have the same

    This program its good for know my time 0-100kph in my SRT-4 car, its easy to embed the first time, but only first time not more times

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    use just Afx:400000:3:0:6: (the portion that never changes) as the window class..
    "LOAD;DIGITALDASH.SKIN;DigitalDash;C: \DigitalDash\digitaldash.exe;!Afx:400000:3:0:6:"

    Bear in mind that if you have anything else running with a similar window class, it may embed that window instead -- you should try to look for a window name as well, and if available, add it to the command to prevent embedding of the wrong window.
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    Quote Originally Posted by guino View Post
    use just Afx:400000:3:0:6: (the portion that never changes) as the window class..
    "LOAD;DIGITALDASH.SKIN;DigitalDash;C: \DigitalDash\digitaldash.exe;!Afx:400000:3:0:6:"

    Bear in mind that if you have anything else running with a similar window class, it may embed that window instead -- you should try to look for a window name as well, and if available, add it to the command to prevent embedding of the wrong window.
    Thanks guino!! haha 1 year with this problem and only for not put my question!! now problem is solved! thanks thanks thanks!

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