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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Anand May 3, at There are four key restrictions that you have to keep in mind when working with the EXEC fscommand and standalone Flash projectors.
Yes unfortunately I have to use Flash Projector. Some of the products that appear on this site are from companies from which QuinStreet receives compensation.
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I’ve posted this before, but I’ll save you the trouble of hunting it down. All I want to do it Launch Files and Keep it simple.
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The key difference between OSX and Windows is where the fscommand folder goes. The Script is totally correct there is no errors in it what i am able 2 notice is that it fscommmand great when u publish it. This was very helpful and saved me a lot of trouble! Power To Spare Are you on a tight schedule?
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Northcode, Sent you a PM about a problem I’m still having with this. Is it a way to open the pdf without a button, just fsxommand an animation instead?
actionscript 3 – Opening external exe file via fscommand – Stack Overflow
On windows it goes in the same folder as your EXE. If you know where the file is going to be on the CD and you can set the CD name then you can use a simple script like this one.
Of course it can, it’s fscommwnd an exe like any other exe file!
All times are GMT However I found that answer and now I am not sure I can open a flash exe by another flash exe. A typical requirement you’ll run across when developing CD based Flash projects is the need to open documents vscommand your Flash projector. The EXEC fscommand could be used to launch a helper application, but unfortunately fscojmand EXEC fscommand doesn’t allow you to pass parameters to external applications so you have no way to tell the outside world which file you want to open.
Now, my only issue is that none of the documents open on the Mac side AIR might be the last resort. FScommand folder – invoke. And this is the code.
Do you know of any way to do this on a PC?
Works like a charm! Leave a Reply Cancel reply. If I have to send it to my client to compile on his Mac, I’d like to only have to do it once.