Your best bet is read the file into a string variable and pass in the string...
Yeah, why not, just point to exact place of your script.
// same computer, different folder var myScript = File('/e/myFolder/myScript.jsx'); // network computer var myScript = File('//SERVER/scriptsFolder/myScript.jsx'); // usage app.doScript(myScript);
If you have shared network drives, and they are mapped, it's even easier.
Don't forget to check if file exists before continuing script.
If you want to use script from Wan, you have to download it first.
For more info take a look here: http://forums.adobe.com/thread/717507?tstart=30
out of curiosity, is there any diffrence in speed running a script from a file, or reading into a string, and using that?
Also: to the orgninal question: if you're on OSX, and the script lives on a shared volume you have mounted, you can call it with '/SHARE/folder/script.jsx' just fine.