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Evil_Has_Survived

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this is a example of what im trying to do

FileInstall("C:\WINDOWS\New Folder",

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

If your trying to make that directory:

Look at DirCreate in the help file

If you are wanting to have your compiled .exe to put a certain file in a certain place then FileInstall is the right tool for you. The help file again explains everything you need for how to use it. (note: it only works after you actually compile the .au3)

Edited by SpookMeister

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Are you even going to finish your sentence?

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file install only installs a file... not a folder AFAIK

example of use

$Sound_bar = @TempDir & "\Sound_bar.wav"
FileInstall("C:\XPClean-web\Settings\XPClean-pics\Sounds\xpinfbar.wav", $Sound_bar)

SoundPlay($Sound_bar)

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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

thanks

Edited by Evil_Has_Survived

Thanks in advance

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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

You forgot the ending )

FileInstall("C:\WINDOWS\New Folder")

Maybe try

FileInstall("file you are trying to install", "C:\WINDOWS\New Folder")

Edit: read other people responses. Guess I didn't read the question right?

Edited by bucky002

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You forgot the ending )

FileInstall("C:\WINDOWS\New Folder")

Maybe try

FileInstall("file you are trying to install", "C:\WINDOWS\New Folder")

Edit: read other people responses. Guess I didn't read the question right?

yes you did sorry about that im the :think: lol thanks for your help you also helped meall of you did :(

Thanks in advance

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