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Old 08 August 2009   #1
Question How to Close Softimage with out a Saving Question?

Hello..
I have a little problem..

I need to Close Softimage by a command, When I've used (Quit) command a question of Save confirmation appeard every time..

So how can I force Softimage to close without this question ?

Maybe if I could reach PID of Softimage in Windows I can kill its process by a "Taskkill" batch command..

Any Suggestions??

Thanks..!
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Old 08 August 2009   #2
Simple
do a newscene first and then quit


NewScene ,false
Quit
 
Old 08 August 2009   #3
Unhappy Sorry

Sorry Sir..
But I've tried it before

it'll not work..

because the quit command is just a command and Softimage will ask you to save or not

It's not that SIMPLE..!

Thank you..
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Old 08 August 2009   #4
Hi,
if you just run that code from the script editor, XSI will ask if you want to save the contents of the editor. So, just use that code in a script button (drag and drop to a toolbar). When you press that button everything will quit as you expected.
 
Old 08 August 2009   #5
Indeed, the Quit command will not ask confirmation for a new scene.
if it does, perhaps you have an event that is dirtying the scene's state on NewScene
 
Old 08 August 2009   #6
Thumbs up Now I've got it..

I really have some newScene Events..!
when I do a new scene some actions is being taken..

so I have to stop them temporarly and close the Soft and re-enable them..

Thanks people for your help..
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