Script not work on console

Somebody know why this script works fine in Powershell_ISE but when running in the console doesn’t seem to catch the click events?

[void] [System.Reflection.Assembly]::LoadWithPartialName(“System.Windows.Forms”)#Remove any registered events related to notifications
Remove-Event BalloonClicked_event -ea SilentlyContinue
Unregister-Event -SourceIdentifier BalloonClicked_event -ea silentlycontinue
Remove-Event BalloonClosed_event -ea SilentlyContinue
Unregister-Event -SourceIdentifier BalloonClosed_event -ea silentlycontinue#Create the notification object
$notification = New-Object System.Windows.Forms.NotifyIcon

#Define the icon for the system tray
$notification.Icon = [System.Drawing.SystemIcons]::Information

#Display title of balloon window
$notification.BalloonTipTitle = “This is a Balloon Title”

#Type of balloon icon
$notification.BalloonTipIcon = “Info”

#Notification message
$title = “This is the message in the balloon tip.”
$notification.BalloonTipText = $title

#Make balloon tip visible when called
$notification.Visible = $True

Register a click event with action to take based on event

#Balloon message clicked
register-objectevent $notification BalloonTipClicked BalloonClicked_event `
-Action {.\Test.ps1} | Out-Null

#Balloon message closed
register-objectevent $notification BalloonTipClosed BalloonClosed_event `
-Action {[System.Windows.Forms.MessageBox]::Show(“Balloon message closed”,”Information”);$notification.Visible = $False} | Out-Null

#Call the balloon notification

The ISE is a Windows Forms application, so it is already set up to handle windows messages from the notify icon. PowerShell.exe, on the other hand, is a console application. While you can use some Windows Forms classes successfully from a console app, some things (such as the notify icon events, as you’ve discovered) don’t work quite the same way. If you search the web for NotifyIcon Console Application, you’ll get all sorts of results from C# programmers running into the same issue. The catch is that many of the solutions you’ll find for this problem involve multiple threads, which are tricky to do properly in PowerShell.