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Triggers not activating on all Windows

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Andy Bell1
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Hi

I'm trying to get triggers to occur on Codegear RAD Studio 2007 - a software development app.

I've tried everything, even setting Process File Name to *.* but it does not detect it.

Additionally, if I launch a program under development from this IDE it is not detected. But, if I run the program under development from Windows Explorer, it is detected...

Codegear RAD Studio 2007 appears in Windows Task Manager...

Any ideas?

Andy
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16 days ago  • #1
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Owen Muhlethaler (BFS)
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Hey Andy,

When you go open your trigger settings and select the application, have you tried dragging the blue cross hair at the bottom over top of the window?

Thanks!
14 days ago  • #2
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Andy Bell1
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Yes, tried that. It correctly picked up the name of the window but the trigger still does not fire...

Andy
13 days ago  • #3
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Owen Muhlethaler (BFS)
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Hey Andy,

Could you try setting the match condition to "window text" instead of "process filename"? Try setting it to something like "codegear", "rad", or something along those lines.

Let me know how that works for you!
13 days ago  • #4
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Andy Bell1
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Tried that too - no joy, I'm afraid...
12 days ago  • #5
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Owen Muhlethaler (BFS)
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Hey Andy,

Can you exit out of tray status, either through the tray or through task manager, and run it as administrator and see if that helps?

Thanks!
11 days ago  • #6
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Andy Bell1
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Hi

Yes, running as Administrator makes it detect this program properly...

Andy
10 days ago  • #7
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Owen Muhlethaler (BFS)
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Hey Andy,

So it sounds like Codegear is running with elevated privileges, so Traystatus also needs to be run as administrator. If you pin tray status to a Display Fusion taskbar, you can right click the pinned icon and select "edit this pinned item". You can then check off "Launch Application as Administrator" to automatically load it with elevated privileges when run.

Hope this helps!
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