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danusko

Overwrite file with atribute read-only

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hi all,

pls. how can i do following.

With my script i overwrite file, if is not opened.

But now i set the atribute for this file as read-only and i want to overwrite it if is not opened.

Is it possible?

Because with this code it always return, "not possible to overwrite"

thank you

While 1 
$file = FileOpen("c:\path\file.txt", 1)
If $file = -1 Then
ToolTip("not possible to overwrite", 350, 0)
SLEEP(1000)
else
$file = FileCopy("c.\path2\file.txt", "c:\path\*.*",1)

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danusko,

Use FileSetAttrib to remove the Read-Only attribute, overwrite the file and then reset the atribute. :(

M23


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danusko,

Use FileSetAttrib to remove the Read-Only attribute, overwrite the file and then reset the atribute. :(

M23

oh my god :)

so simply....thx a lot

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