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How to close a a script with a key without reassigning it

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Basically I have two scripts. I would like the one to close the other but since that can be challenging I simply want the second script to close itself. What I need is a script that can close itself when a key is pressed, however the first script already has the same key as a hotkey. So how can I make the key do something without reassigning it?


Hopefully this makes sense, its pretty simple I just don't know how to explain it.

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It's not challenging - How can a script close, pause, or suspend other script(s)?

~a::ExitApp will exit the current script when you press "a", without "reassigning" a. However, it mightn't work if the other script blocks "a".