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Hello :P

I understand that you cannot use "macros" in FileInstall but I have heard that you are actually able to use "macros" in FileInstall as long as they are only used for the destination. I am wondering is this true.


FileInstall(@ScriptDir & "\Test.jpg" , @HomeDrive "\Test.jpg")

The above code shouldn't work but if what I heard is true then this should be able to work.

FileInstall("Test.jpg" , @HomeDrive "\Test.jpg")

Please explain if this is true or if no "macro" what so ever can be used at all.

Thanks and Merry Christmas :shifty:


I am also wondering could the destination be a variable :x

Edited by SkellySoul

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Macro can be use in second part of FileInstall function

FileInstall("Test.jpg" , @HomeDrive &  "\Test.jpg")

Don't forget the & character

Edited by wakillon

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