It seems there are a lot of related topics but I haven't found an answer.
I want to automatically quit Mathematica after some procedures are done but dialog window appears:
1 + 1; NotebookSave[EvaluationNotebook]; FrontEndExecute[FrontEndToken["FrontEndQuit"]]
One can put this inside
Button["close", 1 + 1; NotebookSave[EvaluationNotebook]; FrontEndExecute[FrontEndToken["FrontEndQuit"]] ]
what will work but I need it works as a part of procedure because the notebook is called automatically and no one is going to click OK.
This Q&A is almost a duplicate of undisputed FrontEndTokenExecute but there was the work around.
I appreciate a work around but also the general question, how to stop or automatically agree with
Dialogs is what I'm interested in.
Maybe it's relevant: Win XP/Win 7 Mathematica V184.108.40.206
WindowsTaskManagerbut I can switch to cmd if you show me how to catch some mark from MMA that will tell cdm to close it. $\endgroup$
ListPlot3D[bigdata]and try to rotate the view :D :D $\endgroup$