launch app from browser
stephenREVOLUTION at barncard.com
Tue Jul 10 14:18:41 EDT 2007
>Quick, easy question;
>I need to launch a standalone from within a web browser,
> but I know absolutely zero html etc.
well it's simple... play around with the OS cross-platform NVU and
switch back and forth between compose and HTML. you'll learn quickly
and can hack it right there. It's a lot easier to use a GUI. It also
uploads to web servers.
here's a starter, but an absolute or relative location on the (I
assume) local drive has to be specified.
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">
<meta content="text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1"
<title>THIS IS A LINK PAGE, dude</title>
watch for line wraps in email.
this will not work on a server, by the way.
> This would be an html file either installed on a user's hard drive
>or being read from a CD-rom with Firefox, Explorer, Safari, etc.
>The standalone is already installed on the hard drive. In rev the
>button script is simply;
> if the platform is "macOS" then
> launch "/applications/eestikeeluus.app"
> launch "C:\Program Files\eestiKeel\eestiKeel.exe"
> end if
>How do I script a button in this html file to do the same thing?
>Please remember, I know no html.
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