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macabong

I'm developing an entertainment tool. It gets photos from URLs using InetGet() (photos are updated everyday). The problem is that new photos belong to new URLs so i can't define an exact URLs to get photos!!! Could anyone give me an advise please.

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Danp2

Welcome to the forums!

To improve your chances of getting assistance, you may want to post additional information such as website, sample URLs, how you would manually download the photos, code you have tried, etc.

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Valuater

Welcome to the forums!

To improve your chances of getting assistance, you may want to post additional information such as website, sample URLs, how you would manually download the photos, code you have tried, etc.

Well said Dan... My words exactly

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RAT%20QUAN%20TRONG.jpg This is a kind of multimedia player (music and pictures).Users can use it to browse for online photos while enjoying their music. Photos will be downloaded and showed on GUI using Inetget(). Let's see the example below:

InetGet("www.abc.xyzphoto1.jpg", "C:MyPhoto1.jpg")

InetGet("www.abc.xyzphoto2.jpg", "C:MyPhoto2.jpg")

GUICtrlCreatePic("C:MyPhoto1.jpg", $left1, $top1, $width1, $height1)

GUICtrlCreatePic("C:MyPhoto2.jpg", $left2, $top2, $width2, $height2)

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Photos are updated regularly by myself, but how can do that while the URLs were define exactly? Is there any host allows uploading new version of file without changing URL?

Thanks!

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JohnOne

If you're changing the photo's and you're developing the software then you can define where your software reads your filenames and urls.

You're welcome.

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