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I have used the VizionDB indexer before and I included the .vxd and .vzx
files in the same folder as the exe that was using them. Additionally,
there is a "Runtime-vzd" folder that needs to go in your xtras folder,
and there are a bunch of .dll files that need to be in the same folder
as the projector. See the docs for more details, I forgot all the names
right now. But once I had everything where it needed to be, I
successfully published the program and it runs off CD-ROMs on PC and Mac.
Thanks for your reply. I have already carefully checked the requirements and all DLLs etc are where they should be. The projector runs fine when it's on my machine, it's only when I export the whole thing to another machine that I get problems, which is what makes me think it's something to do with the file path not being relative to the movie (although it seems to be)...
But it's good to know you managed to get a similar project working cross-platform.
When you doubleclick the database member in your cast, what is the
filename? If it has a path built in, then it is expecting that exact
path. In my case, since the vzd file is in the same folder as my
projector, the file name shows up without any path info... just the
actual filename "database.vzd"
Yes, mine is directly next to the projector too, so the Database member filename is simply 'Database.vzd'. As I say, all works well when running from the original position (my internal hard drive), but not when I copy across to an external drive, even when running this from my own PC...