On 5/13/2021 5:58 PM, Craig wrote:
I'm glad my solution worked fro you.
I don't see any easy way of shutting down JTAlert form DXLab Launcher. It has been many years since I worked with batch files, so I am pretty rusty with them. Here's a thought about a different approach. Would it work for you to have JTAlert autostart DXLab, and NOT use the batch file? In JTAlert settings, under Auto-Start, set DXLab Launcher to Start after JTAlert, and then Close when JTAlert is closed.
In DXLab Launcher configuration, select the DXLab Apps you want to start, and at the top, check Auto Start. Also, check Terminate On Shutdown. See if that works for you.
Ignore any of the ACLog autostart you see in my JTAlert example.
It is just there for testing (as is DXLab Launcher).