janschenkel at yahoo.com
Mon Aug 16 15:41:37 EDT 2004
--- RGould8 at aol.com wrote:
> I've got a Revolution application that is designed
> to run off of a CD,
> without installing anything to the user's
> hard-drive. Part of this application
> requires that I launch Internet Explorer to an .htm
> file that's stored on the CD.
> 3) Copy the .htm file from the user's CD-ROM drive
> into a temp folder on
> their hard-drive, and then use Rev's text-editing
> ability to alter the htm file.
> Then have Rev launch the .htm file from this temp
> directory instead of from
> the CD.
> Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.
> - Rob
>From experience, number 3 is the best solution ; check
out the 'tempName' function as well as the 'merge'
function to make your life easy for altering the file
Hope this helped,
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