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No, I don't know such an application. As far as I understand you tried to do it by yourslef. I also just tried it and for me it works fine (ok, I did it with c++ builder). The main difference to your approach seems to be you send a VK_RETURN while I'm doing SendMessage(xWnd, WM_CLOSE, 0, 0);
I hope it helps
It does not solve my Problem, but it answers my question
i would prefer to do a prorgram targeted approach... and wrap around the MessageBox* function so the messagebox would never appear at all, and all required would be a change from user32.dll to userMy.dll where userMy.dll i would forward all functions to user32.dll minus the MessageBox ones...
altough its also possible to do by injecting a dll on the process and detouring... and even possible with a global hooking for dialog creation (using the MessageBox template), dont know programs for that
as usually i do more targeted than generic approaches... but imo its very easy to do