that's the command line instructions for FoxitReader.
This has never happened before. Same version of Foxit Reader I have used for years. So why is it showing up now with 11.5? Any ideas how to fix it?
Are you sure that's the same code? Lingo's 'open' typically has problems with spaces in file/directory names. How about if you try this version?
open QUOTE &"resume.pdf" "E with QUOTE &"Foxit Reader.exe" "E
Mark A. Boyd
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I would recommend always supplying the full path:
-- assuming the files "resume.pdf" and "Foxit Reader.exe" -- are in the same directory as the current movie mPath = _movie.path OK = _player.open(mPath & "resume.pdf", mPath & "Foxit Reader.exe")
Or, following on from Mark's excellent suggestion:
-- assuming the files "resume.pdf" and "Foxit Reader.exe"
-- are in the same directory as the current movie
mPath = _movie.path
sFile = QUOTE &
mPath & "resume.pdf"& QUOTE
sApp = QUOTE &
mPath & "Foxit Reader.exe"& QUOTE
OK = _player.open(sFile, sApp)