> need to open a pdf thats inside a cd:
> but this doesn't work!?
> on (release)
> fscommand("exec", "DOWNLOADS\Elefante.pdf");
> the DOWNLOAD folder is on the CD root
Wish it was that easy :) First of all, FS command CAN'T refer
to any folder so
the DOWNLOADS concept is out.
All the content has to be store in FSCOMMAND folder, it's
flash security feature.
Secondly, that action does not open anything except
That's where the name comes from "EXEC", so you can only use
exe, com, bat etc...
You could use BAT file to open pdf but it will prompt the
ugly DOS window even tho
if you set the ECHOE off, something we can't control, pity
because bat is a easy
solution but not so neat if you make commercial work.
Clean solutions are available only with 3rd party tools.
For many years I have been using Flash Jester tool call
JStart. Works like charm
all the way, no extra pop up DOS windows.
http://flashjester.com/?section=tricks_jtools_jstart JStart will allow you to not only launch a program, but use
parameters to make the
program open files, perform special actions and just about
anything you can use
parameters for. You can also choose to launch files with
their default associated
Another solution is provided by Rick Turoczy, it's pretty old
but it should still
work. Perhaps give it a try.
Easy to use tool that allow you to launch basically anything
from the projector.
As long as there is system default application supporting
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