Strange case.... AceReader Pro. Set "RunAndKill" to terminate it after ONE minute. When the one minute is up, the RunAndKill icon in the system tray disappears, but AceReader appears totally unaffected, still continues on uninterrupted.
Here's the ini file line specifying one minute:
Some additional weirdness about this particular AceReader program:
-- the AceReader exe requires an additional parameter, "Server"
I typed this parameter into the RunAndKill ini file, following the exe path as follows:
exe="C:\Program Files\AceReader Pro\ace.exe" Server
-- AceReader requires being started from WITHIN a certain directory, "C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\AceReader Pro\"
In order to accomplish this, I decided to copy RunAndKill, plus the ini file, INTO that folder. Then I created a shortcut to it on my desktop.
Any idea why AceReader doesn't get KILLED, like it's supposed to??
By the way, using Windows Task Manager... I can see ace.exe running, and I can End Process, and AceReader does get terminated. Same as I was hoping RunAndKill would do.