the application must reside in a subdirectory named fscommand. The exec command works only from within a Flash projector file. */. case “exec”: //need to deal. I’ve tried the following: fscommand(exec, ); I have pdf files in the root directory with the projector file as well as a sub directory called ‘fscommand’. use and to execute anything in the sub-folder named ” fscommand”. import and; fscommand(“exec”.
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It just like http: The flash exe output works perfect the SWF has probs.
If the specified file is not found in the fscommand folder, it won’t run. Northcode, Sent you a PM about a problem I’m still having with this. Now, my only issue is that none of the documents open on the Mac side Results 1 to 20 of 22 Thread: Any helpful hints would be most appreciated.
You don’t need to be a BAT file wizard to do this, the simple one-liner below let’s call it mydoc. You can put the script on the second one layer also. When it plays an specific frame in other words. On the Mac side, nothing opens when you click any of the document links I can succesfully open other exe s like Windows Media Player.
One solution to get around the limitations of the EXEC fscommand is to create one exectuable file for each file that you want to open, but what can you do if you don’t know how to make EXE files? Some of the products that appear on this site are from companies from which QuinStreet receives compensation.
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If you know where the file is going to be on fscommanc CD and you can set the CD name then you can use a simple script like this one. On the PC, clicking on the buttons to open the documents works, but they ALL open the first document.
Now all you have to do is create a BAT file for every file you want to open and call it from Flash like this: Publish the Flash Document exeec Windows Projector. How can I hide that? Would really appreciate it if you could take a few minutes to look at it Place your PDF document called file1.
Not sure, but the function seems to be working In this post I want to share who we can open the psf file in separate window with fscommand! Post as a guest Name.
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Turns out it was a nesting issue. It then looks for a BAT file in the same directory with the same base name, i. Deny, The srcipt can be in other layer but on same timeline. And this is the code; private function Fnc e: To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from fscommanr selection below.
Got that figured out. Some MAC machines not opening the documents.
March 30, Download: Email Required, but never shown. There are two things I need to open up, and using your method would work very well, but I tried to make a separate.
Do you know of any way to do this on a PC?
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A typical requirement you’ll run across when developing CD based Flash projects is the need to open documents from your Flash projector. I sent you the email. I hope you understand to me. The Script is totally correct there is no errors in it what i am able 2 notice is that it works great when u publish it.
Here’s the code I’m using: The last restriction doesn’t really concern us, but if you’re trying to fsco,mand your EXEC calls, being aware of it will save you some frustration. Masoud March 11, at AppleScript fscommadn the simplest solution for the Mac and you can basically do the same thing. Rename the copy of proxy. I am using flash player 9. Create a BAT file called file1.
If you rename the proxy utility to xyz. Your problem isn’t with proxy, invoke or your BAT file. In AIR calling external exe would be very easy, in Flash Projector there’s always a security sandbox issue possible.
When your swf2exe tool just HAS to work there’s only one choice I am creating a Flash application of a application tutorials to work on a CD.