Calling fscommand(“exec”, “filename”); will launch the application specified by filename. The EXEC fscommand is the only escape hatch that. It is also possible to launch video via the FSCommand Launch command, but only if the device supports it (the video file format is mapped to the device video. I know fsCommand is used for that but can anyone help me by providing the exe file will start running. this is what i want to do please help!.
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QuinStreet does not include all companies or all types of products available in the marketplace. The following can apply to programs or documents. Boy, what a day I’ve had. Yes unfortunately I have to use Flash Projector. Post as a guest Name. I don’t know why a flash projector can not open another one!!
This is worth a look: Do you have to use Flash Projector? Heya, Flash has a security constraint that says you can only load external files that are contained within lanch subfolder called “fscommand”.
SWF Studio and FSCommand EXEC
Will the final published C4 swf file be hosted in a browser or published fsclmmand an. That was AS2 code from a decompiler. Fscommand Exec will only work if you publish your Flash file as. You have just a little mistake in the path of the opened exe, so you should write: Free Web Developer Tools. I made my own test exe for this, rather than relying on my first instinct – Notepad. I have problem opening external exe file by clicking a button in Flash projector.
When I finally got all the info, I decided to write a tutorial so that nobody would EVER laundh to go through that big mess called fscommand. Maybe that explains the misbehavior? Try altering the search criteria a bit to find more. This content has been marked as final.
When I right-click my the exe I make form the original Flash file, the Settings option is greyed out. I can succesfully open other exe s like Windows Media Player. Hope that can help.
This fscommand folder must be placed in the same directory as the Flash file that will execute the file. Results 1 to 9 of 9. I didn’t try fsckmmand. Maybe Adobe can offer a better way, and maybe my client will be happy with what is working now AIR might be the last resort. You can read about it here: You might try my “Cheesing it” way around.
I think you hit on a possible solution with launcb.
Fscommand EXEC Tutourial (executing external files)
And this is the code. About Us Northcode is a software company located in Whitehorse, Canada. This swf has a button that calls FSCommand “exec”, “myfile. Another thought occurs here. Fscommand Exec won’t work from a. I tried to place laujch fscommand “exec”, “notepad.