From command line with /CLOSE doesnt autoclose until I click button

I am running DVDFAB from the command line. I have /CLOSE at the end

At the end of a process it tells me it has completed successfully and asks me to click okay. If I click okay it closes.

Is their a way to get rid of that confirmation popup so it closes automatically?

The exact command that I run is
cd c:\Program Files\DVDFab 6
DVDFab.exe /MODE MAINMOVIE /SRC “L:” /DEST “F:\Import” /CLOSE
exit

Is there any way that i dont get prompted at the end of the DVD ripping?

[QUOTE=personalt;2448664]The exact command that I run is
cd c:\Program Files\DVDFab 6
DVDFab.exe /MODE MAINMOVIE /SRC “L:” /DEST “F:\Import” /CLOSE
exit

Is there any way that i dont get prompted at the end of the DVD ripping?[/QUOTE]

There doesn’t seem to be a way of doing this personalt and I don’t see a switch for silent mode in the official documention so unless there’s an undocumented switch it looks unlikely.

[B]Wombler[/B]

That doesnt make a lot of sense. why have a /CLOSE tag if you have to click a button to close the application.

I am 99% sure this was working in an older version of the software.

Sorry but I’ve never had the need to use the command line switches here so I’m unable to confirm that for you.

TBH I don’t think many people do, but hopefully one of the other users here can advise further.

[B]Wombler[/B]