Joe Lewis Wilkins pepetoo at
Thu Nov 20 02:46:24 EST 2008

Good point, Brian.

I'll have to check my code to see if I inadvertently included a  
period. This whole path issue has been a real bother to me from day  
one. I think this is one area where there should not be quite so much  
flexibility. I know my poor eyesight creates a lot of room for errors  
- i.e. typos in scripts. I don't see little things like that real  
easily. I'm slowly getting all the text pumped up to about 18 points  
when I find a way, but??? (smile)

Actually, it was my intention to use a relative path and I wasn't  
aware that they begin with a period. Thanks,

Joe Wilkins

On Nov 19, 2008, at 7:11 PM, Brian Yennie wrote:

> Joe,
> Are you using actual relative paths, or is the below a typo?
> A relative path would start with a period (".") as in:
> ./MusicFolder/Music1.aiff   ==> relative path
> /MusicFolder/Music1.aiff  ==> root directory of your hard drive
>> Then the application should have the source for the players as: / 
>> MusicFolder/Music1.aiff  -- and so forth

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