answer file DLOG
kray at sonsothunder.com
Thu Jun 27 15:22:00 EDT 2002
Actually, Scott, it's even wierder. If you pass just the drive letter, for
example "C:/", under Win2K with "answer file", it will open pointing to the
C: drive, as in:
answer file "Pick a file" with "C:/"
Note that this works with "A", "D", etc. as well (just make sure you have
something in the drive).
However, if you supply anything else, it opens to the last used folder in
MC. (In my case it is several subfolders deep.) With "answer folder",
however, you always get it pointing to "My Computer".
I'll check this on other platforms and let you know...
Sons of Thunder Software
Email: kray at sonsothunder.com
Web Site: http://www.sonsothunder.com/
----- Original Message -----
From: "Scott Raney" <raney at metacard.com>
To: <use-revolution at lists.runrev.com>
Sent: Thursday, June 27, 2002 2:30 PM
Subject: RRe: answer file DLOG
> On Wed, 26 Jun 2002 kray at sonsothunder.com wrote:
> > FYI,
> > This doesn't seem to work on Windows (or at least Windows 2000, where I
> > tried it). I believe it is a bug in Rev/MC.
> It's actually a "feature" of W2K, which by design opens to the
> "documents" directory, ignoring the app-supplied path. It works
> properly with 95/98/Me and NT. XP is broken in a different way, but
> we may be able to work around that behavior (wish Microsoft would make
> up its damn mind...)
> > Ken Ray
> > Sons of Thunder Software
> > Email: kray at sonsothunder.com
> > Web Site: http://www.sonsothunder.com/
> > Recently, yves COPPE wrote:
> > > Is it possible, when you use the script :
> > > <answer file (or ask file)>
> > >
> > > to make that the DLOG opens in a specific folder ?
> > Is this what you want?
> > answer file "Locate File:" with "absolute/path/of/your/folder/"
> > Regards,
> > Scott Rossi
> > Creative Director
> Scott Raney raney at metacard.com http://www.metacard.com
> MetaCard: You know, there's an easier way to do that...
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