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 PM Doesn't Restart Some Programs

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MessageSujet: PM Doesn't Restart Some Programs   Lun 14 Juil - 18:51

Hello again,

I noticed that when a certain program stops, Process Manager never restarts it. The other program I have set to restart always restarts so I think it is strange.

I'm not sure if it's a bug, but I thought I'd mention it here anyway.

The program is called Tray Wizard. What it basically does is collect all your tray icons and put them in a single menu.

Also, is there any plan to add services in the future? I have this one problem service that never seems to work properly in XP SP3 and I always have to manually restart it. Rolling Eyes

Thanks.
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MessageSujet: Re: PM Doesn't Restart Some Programs   Mar 15 Juil - 7:30

Hello,

Well, I've just tested Tray Wizard.
I create a rule for it, with option to autorestart.
Then I manually quit the program (right click on the icon) and ... Process Manager restart it without problem.

Does Tray Wizard crash sometime on your PC ? Is it fot such cases you want to auto restart it ?

For "services", well, I have not found a way to indentify Services yet.
So, I can't tell Process Manager "this is a service, use a different way to restart it"

I will take a look again for this feature, I think it could be very usefull!

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MessageSujet: Re: PM Doesn't Restart Some Programs   Mer 16 Juil - 4:41

Salut,

Thanks for the always fast reply....I won't offend you with my terrible french (and I'm Canadian so it should be far better Embarassed "

Only when explorer.exe crashes does TWizard.exe not restart.

Although, I did have another rule for when explorer.exe crashed to launch a certain program....I deleted that and I think it makes a difference.

I think the big problem is with explorer.exe and TWizard.exe.
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MessageSujet: Re: PM Doesn't Restart Some Programs   Mer 16 Juil - 6:05

Well.

Don't forget that in Windows, there is always a process "explorer.exe", that is hidden, and represent the taskbat and systray.

So, I think that when this explorer crash, TWizard cannot verify and use icons in systray, then crash.

I don't think is it easy to fin a solution, because if you set differents rules for explorer.exe and TWizard, the rule for explorer will be applied when you open "my computer" for exemple ... not really what you want!

However, I have detected a bug with the autoreload function, I think I will publish a minor version to fix it soon ... may be it could help ... (or not)

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