Command.Shutdown being ignored

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Command.Shutdown being ignored

Postby brickviking » Thu Dec 07, 2017 9:48 pm

I have a problem involving Command.Shutdown not working. One of my macro buttons is set to emit Command.Shutdown=1 but this doesn't appear to work in either 2.0.3.6 or 2.0.3.8.

Here's the XML snippet out of my 2.0.3.8 MacroButtonConfig.xml (but the same appeared in 2.0.3.6):

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   <MacroButton index='26' type='1' key='0' ctrl='0' shift='0' alt='0' anyway='0' exclusive='0' trigger='0' xinput='0'>
      <MB_MIDI b1='00' b2='00' b3='00' b4='00' b5='00' b6='00' />
      <MB_TRIGGER tchannel='0' tin='-20.0' tout='-20.0' tmsHold='1000' tafterMute='0' />
      <MB_XINPUT nctrl='0' nbutton='0' />
      <MB_Name>Power</MB_Name>
      <MB_Subname>Deactivate</MB_Subname>
      <MB_InitRequest>System.Execute("C:\Users\viking\bin\AEPC\Release\EndPointController.exe", "", " 3");
</MB_InitRequest>
      <MB_OnRequest>System.Execute("C:\Users\viking\bin\AEPC\Release\EndPointController.exe", "", " 7");
Command.Shutdown=1;</MB_OnRequest>
      <MB_OffRequest>System.Execute("C:\Users\viking\bin\AEPC\Release\EndPointController.exe", "", " 3");</MB_OffRequest>
   </MacroButton>


What other information would you like me to provide?

Regards, BrickViking


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