File browser extension

Bob Sneidar bobs at twft.com
Mon Jun 21 19:24:03 CDT 2010


It sounds like you want the folder of the chosen file so:

answer file "Choose a file..."
put it into thePath
set the itemdelimiter to "/" -- for macs. use \ for windows paths
delete the last item of thePath

Bob


On Jun 21, 2010, at 5:12 PM, Mark Schonewille wrote:

> Hi Simon,
> 
> Do you mean the "answer file" command? You might want to look it up in the dictionary.
> 
> sample:
> answer file "Choose a file..."
> 
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> On 22 jun 2010, at 01:44, Simon Lord wrote:
> 
>> I'm wondering out loud if someone has written a file system browser
>> extension.  I'm not in the mood to write one myself (remembering my
>> prior experience with this).
>> 
>> Just looking for something I can drop into my stack that allows the
>> end user to browse their system looking for images and pass me the
>> result.
>> 
>> If it's brain dead easy in RunRev then I'll proudly wear egg on my
>> face (but please point to samples).
> 
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