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    membrillo
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    min.exe

    Hi
    I'm searching for this utility that Northcode wrote, called min.exe, used to minimize a Flash proyector.
    The link where it was supposed to be is not working:
    http://www.northcode.com/misc/Min.exe
    Can you Northcode or someone help me found it?

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    Tim (Super Moderator) Northcode's Avatar
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    It's back, sorry about that!

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    membrillo
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    Thanks a lot!
    but now...
    I've read somewhere that for flash MX we have to call min.exe from a batch file (in my case "min.bat") so this is what I have in my "minimize" button:

    on (release) {
    fscommand("exec", "min.bat");
    }

    but what about the .bat file? what do I put inside?
    I've tried:
    START min.exe

    START min.exe\tFlash

    START "min.exe\tFlash"

    ...but none of them works, and I'm afraid that I'll not discover it by myself since I'm nule at scripting. Can you help me please?
    (min.bat is in a folder called "fscommand", and min.exe is in the same directory than my proyector so I am sure the problem is in what I write in the .bat)

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    Tim (Super Moderator) Northcode's Avatar
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    When you put the commands in a BAT file you don't need to use the "\t" stuff, just use spaces. You also don't need to use start with min.exe in a BAT file because Min is alreay an application (you only need to use start to launch things like PDF files and TXT files).

    Do a search here for another utility I wrote called "proxy.exe" that will take care of hiding the DOS box when you run BAT files.

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    membrillo
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    Thanks!!!

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