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Old 03-23-2010, 08:55 AM   #1
TM Webbdesign
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Default [AS2] Open folder problem

Hello

I want to make a link in my flash movie that opens a folder in windows but not with the webreader. But my flash movie will be on a usb memory stick so the url adress must be from the usb root folder because other wise it will relate from example F:// and that wont work when people have the usb as example D://

Need help ASAP.. please

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Old 03-23-2010, 12:52 PM   #2
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Create a BAT file called browse.bat with the following code in it...

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explorer \
Put that file in a folder called fscommand on your USB drive. The fscommand folder and your EXE should be in the same folder (usually the root of the drive).

Now put fscommand("exec", "browse.bat"); in your FLA where you want to start the explorer window, usually in response to a button being clicked.

You are done.

Read FSCommand EXEC is Broken in Flash CS3 if you run into problems.

Check out Conquering FSCommand EXEC Part 1 : Proxy if you want to make your presentation a little more professional.
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