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Thread: FScommand exec path for mac?

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    Hello, somebody please help.
    I am unable to execute an external projector file using FScommand in mac. I have placed the projector in the FScommand folder. I have given the path to be "Macintosh HD: FScommand: filename.exe?-(??? I don't know the file extension)". Can somebody help me with the file path and file extension please? Any help would be appreciated.

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    Originally posted by ghaps
    Hello, somebody please help.
    I am unable to execute an external projector file using FScommand in mac. I have placed the projector in the FScommand folder. I have given the path to be "Macintosh HD: FScommand: filename.exe?-(??? I don't know the file extension)". Can somebody help me with the file path and file extension please? Any help would be appreciated.
    the projector file your doing the fscommand call from, needs to be in a higher level folder to the fscommand folder. the filename.exe file your trying to open needs to be in your fscommand folder. since your on a mac, the file extensions are not important. also, you dont need to put a path in, calling fscommand (exec, filename.exe) will automatically look in your fscommand folder.

    AnyOlFolder
    myProjector - fscommand (exec, filename.exe)
    fscommand <- your folder
    filename.exe

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