Waits until the specified window does not exist.
WinWaitClose [, WinTitle, WinText, Seconds, ExcludeTitle, ExcludeText]
A window title or other criteria identifying the target window. See WinTitle.
If present, this parameter must be a substring from a single text element of the target window (as revealed by the included Window Spy utility). Hidden text elements are detected if DetectHiddenText is ON.
How many seconds to wait before timing out and setting ErrorLevel to 1. Leave blank to wait indefinitely. Specifying 0 is the same as specifying 0.5. This parameter can be an expression.
Windows whose titles include this value will not be considered.
Windows whose text include this value will not be considered.
ErrorLevel is set to 1 if the command timed out or 0 otherwise.
Whenever no instances of the specified window exist, the command will not wait for Seconds to expire. Instead, it will immediately set ErrorLevel to 0 and the script will continue executing.
While the command is in a waiting state, new threads can be launched via hotkey, custom menu item, or timer.
If another thread changes the contents of any variable(s) that were used for this command's parameters, the command will not see the change -- it will continue to use the title and text that were originally present in the variables when the command first started waiting.
Window titles and text are case sensitive. Hidden windows are not detected unless DetectHiddenWindows has been turned on.
WinClose, WinWait, WinWaitActive, IfWinExist, IfWinActive, Process, SetTitleMatchMode, DetectHiddenWindows
Run, notepad.exe WinWait, Untitled - Notepad WinWaitClose ; Wait for the exact window found by WinWait to be closed. MsgBox, Notepad is now closed.