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I have a task setup that opens Co Pilot (satellite navigation) after I click on Dailyroads Voyager (blackbox recorder); this works really well. What I'd like to know is how to close Dailyroads Voyager once I exit Co Pilot by using Tasker.

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  1. Create a new profile. The context has to be Application -> co pilot.
  2. Leave the tasks empty. (You actually can't leave it empty but you can add some dummy task like: Alert -> Notify and add an If clause that will always fail. ie %asdasd12eqwe is set.
  3. When finish with the dummy tasks go to the profile and click the task (where is the green arrow).
  4. In the opened dialog click "Add exit task".
  5. Here you should add the task to close dailyroads voyager: App -> Kill app -> dailyroads voyager.

This should do the trick. Although I must add that it is not really recommended to kill apps. I'm not really sure why.

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When co pilot closes, it opens voyager, and then reopens copilot again... I tried this with my 'start' profile on and off and it didn't work. any other suggestions appreciated! –  kevyn Nov 1 '11 at 22:01
    
You can add an alert -> notify before and after the command to kill the app to check if that is what is making all that unwished things. –  Diego Nov 2 '11 at 11:41

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