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    Hi All

    A minor inconvenience, yet a right pain in the backside...whenever the Publish button is pressed (on a Windows install), a command window is opened; after the action has been completed, the window stays open and requires a manual click to close it. Not a drama with one or two Publish actions, but a real wrist killer (type either exit or move the mouse and click) when one is in a RAD cycle.

    My question - any way to simply amend an 'exit' to that script and close the window?

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    Doug

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    Yeah the goal is to have a console that shows up docked to the bottom. I understand your frustration with the current process.
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    Hi Phil

    Thanks for the reply...I'll wait for the new version with baited breath.

    Cheers

    Doug

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    Take a look at 2.2 behaviour : http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthre...nnot-be-closed.

    @Doug : Just let SA open CMD windows. Then CloseAll (Right-click on task bar button in Windows)
    @Phil : the docked console would have been really nice

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    Yeah I know yoann.colleaux but time did not permit.

    I'm looking into the closing issue this is clearly a bug that will be fixed. Does Esc work for you or that's not working either?
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    Yep, ESC works. thanks!

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    A nosy question - why do you use Publish. For my RAD I have the SA project catalogue inside of my web-root so I just save and then refresh in the browser - saves you some mousing

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    I made a program to run it in background.
    http://binarycrash.net/members/index...ivo=cmd_sa.rar
    md5sum: 262effd75ea433bb4d68cf0d78de0ca3

    Inside the RAR you have the cmd.exe and it's source code.
    You can compile it in free pascal if you like, or use the one i already compiled.

    Extract cmd.exe to where you instaled Sencha Architect.
    For example i installed mine at: W:\SENCHA\SenchaArchitect\

    When i click "Publish" button it execute my program and my program executes the cmd from windows system directory passing the received params.
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    Tangix - you legend. Such an obvious solution...I'm implementing now.

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    Very clever BinaryCrash. Wondering what this solves so perhaps we can improve our process.

    2.3 will include some serious deploy upgrades.
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