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How do I stop a scrit from running on startup?


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If "Allow User Abort (off)" isn't set, Hit the command "." key a bunch of times (mac). If it is set 1) cause it to open relationally (doesn't run startup script) or 2) recreate the file (I'm assuming it's a simple launcher).

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Originally posted by bbcardguy:

I have a scrit that is set to run on startup, it exports info and closes. How do I stop a scrit from running on startup?

I need to edit the database.

(actually this is a co-workers database) hehe


I had this happen too. If you have to recreate the database, add the PAUSE SCRIPT step to the beginning of your startup script and set it to a 5 sec duration. This will give you time to exit the script and edit the database if you have to at a later time. I had to do this.

Thomas

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In another database, create a script with the open step to open the file, then run the script. The startup script does not run when a file is opened "indirectly" like this.

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