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    how can i call an exe. file in flash?

    how can i call an exe. file in flash?

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    how can i call an exe. file in flash?

    please help me
    i need to know the awnser, its urgent
    if you know that this is not possible awnser me

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    use FS command
    the .exe has to be in a special folder within the site called FS command

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    what do you mean by "special foder"? could explain me better

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    First of all, you CAN NOT launch an exe off of a web site. It is not possible.

    If you are creating a standalone projector. Put the .exe file that you want to launch in a file called fscommand and then use:
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    fscommand("EXEC","filename.exe");
    to launch it.
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    if you're using an swf, you have two options: either put the executable in the fscommand folder or use a batch file that points to the executable. the batch file must reside in the folder "fscommand" which needs to be in the same directory as the projector.

    here's an example:

    http://www.flashkit.com/tutorials/Pr...-782/index.php
    Last edited by yeah-yeah; 11-09-2002 at 01:28 AM.

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