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On Exit Event/Reserve logon macro

On Exit Event/Reserve logon macro

On Exit Event/Reserve logon macro


I have search the Forum for a macro that will either Sign the staff member out or remind them to Sign out.
The proble is staff are just closing the window without actually entering the "SOF" command to sign the session out correctly...or shuting down windows without sending the SOF command.

Anyway this locks the Session and causes probems.
Is there a ONEXIT event or something I can use to detect when the Session Window is about to disconnect ?

I have found macro on the forum to sign in automatically...but nothing in the reverse.



RE: On Exit Event/Reserve logon macro

In OPTIONS, SETTINGS, TOOLBARS, edit your toolbar.  Create a macro button, edit the button, under CATEGORY, choose FILE, EXIT or EXIT SESSION.  EXIT will closeout EXTRA!  EXIT SESSION will close the session.  This should terminate normally.

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