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> The first: After creating the desired folders on the HD we use baXCopy to copy
> files from a CD to the HD and works perfectly on a mac but ... it is copying
> folders and xtras over but not the director dir files, flash files or projector
> files to the PC.
> set checkStatus = baXCopy(copyFrom, copyTo, "*." & extension, "Always",
The 3rd argument of baXCopy is the FileSpec. It tells the command which
files to copy. You have it set to "*." & extension. That means it will
copy all the files that have the file extension that you have stored in
member("ExField").text (which is what extension is set to). I bet if
you changed that field to "*" instead of whatever it is now, it will
> The second: When creating a shortcut using baMakeShortcut on the PC desktop I
> get a message saying we have exceeded the number of licensed functions.
> (doesn't happen on the mac) Would this be because we possibly have a free
> version or because the file for the shortcut to link to hasn't been copied over?
This is definitely because you have not registered the xtra. If your
company has a registration code for it (i.e. they have paid for it),
then use this command to register it:
baRegister( "My name" , 111111 )
Obviously, substitute the real info in there for the name and the
The unlicensed version can only be used twice in any projector before
throwing that error. You can freely use 1 or 2 functions, but you need
to buy it in order to use more.
Mike has answered your question - but I thought I'd mention that you can't rely on Mac users not renaming their hard-drive. So rather than 'hard-coding' the destination path, use BuddyAPI's basysfolder() function - eg
Thanks all ... really appreciate your help.
On Thu, 30 Nov 2006 23:27:40 GMT, Scotty T.H. posted in
> Thanks all ... really appreciate your help.
BTW, there's a function that can give you the information you seek:
Mark A. Boyd