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EXIT command

 »EXIT command in Version 5.05 does not exit e-book completely
 
april thunder Hi! I'm in the last stages of creating an e-book, and I need the e-book to close by itself after the user clicks on a certain button or a link. So I made an Active Script snippet.

The script works, and the  e-book sort of closes (it disappears from view), but it still stays in memory.  I am sure this is the case because I can still see executable listed in  the Windows Task Manager.  I found this out because I could not run another e-book (also compiled by Activ E-book Compiler) until I terminated the still-in-memory ebook via the Task Manager.

I've tried using the END command, and the END command followed by EXIT, but the e-book stays in memory.  

I'm using Version 5.05 of Active E-book Compiler.

Has anyone encountered this problem?  And how can I make the EXIT command work properly?

(Edited by april thunder at 2:46 pm on July 4, 2014)


Posted on: 2:44 pm on July 4, 2014
juminocal


Quote: from april thunder on 2:44 pm on July 4, 2014[br]Hi! I'm in the last stages of creating an e-book, and I need the e-book to close by itself after the user clicks on a certain button or a link. So I made an Active Script snippet.

The script works, and the  e-book sort of closes (it disappears from view), but it still stays in memory.  I am sure this is the case because I can still see executable listed in  the  private label rights Windows Task Manager.  I found this out because I could not run another e-book (also compiled by Activ E-book Compiler) until I terminated the still-in-memory ebook via the Task Manager.

I've tried using the END command, and the END command followed by EXIT, but the e-book stays in memory.  

I'm using Version 5.05 of Active E-book Compiler.

Has anyone encountered this problem?  And how can I make the EXIT command work properly?

(Edited by april thunder at 2:46 pm on July 4, 2014)


I am facing the same problem too.

(Edited by juminocal at 9:59 am on Aug. 16, 2014)


Posted on: 6:57 pm on August 10, 2014

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