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    Error opening URL "file:///C|/My%20Documents/flash2/cat.jpg

    Hi, i get this message when trying to open a jpeg that is in the same folder that the movie.
    The movie onload function works ok with the text but not with the image and everything is in the same folder.
    How can I specify the right path?
    any tips? thx
    puenteoriol@aol.com

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    If it is in the same folder then you don't need to specify the whole path and if when you come to upload it onto the net, if you sepcified the whole path including your drive you would encounter a problem.

    All you should need is the "cat.jpg" as your path name.

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    image path

    yes my image path is set correct i think:
    ...&Comments=Song: El Rossinyol&Image=cat.jpg

    this how my .txt file ends.
    don't understand why i get this message:Error opening URL "file:///C|/My%20Documents/flash2/cat.jpg

    any suggestions?
    thx all.

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    Can you post the fla?

    Is your movie in the same folder as the image?

    XFM

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    post my fla?

    what you mean by post my .fla? what's post?
    yes, my image .jpg is in the same folder that my movie .swf
    just spent all day and still dont understand, i load a movie that does it and it works, i copy and paste the code, do exactly the same and i don't work,got lost.
    thx for your help

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    You can attach a file to your post. See just under the 'Your reply' text box on the reply screen.

    XFM

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