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nuclear

hi there,

i was wondering if there is a command to open a folder (such as C:\folder XY\) without opening a program.

i tried it with the Run("xyz") command but there is always an error message, so i think it isnt possible with that command...

is there a different way to do this??

[sry if there are mistakes in my post but i'm not english ;) ]

cya | nuclear

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Valuater

there are 2

1

FileOpenDialog ( "title", "init dir", "filter" [, options [, "default name"]] )

2

FileOpen ( "filename", mode )

See help files

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BTW... Welcome to the forums

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NightGaunt

I am not sure I understand...

You mean this?

$sFoldername = @ProgramFilesDir
RunWait( "explorer.exe " & $sFoldername)

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Valuater

I am not sure I understand...

You mean this?

$sFoldername = @ProgramFilesDir
RunWait( "explorer.exe " & $sFoldername)

you might be right... he did say "folder"

sorry

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nuclear

thx@all for the fast answers...

@NightGaunt:

yes I think I meant this.

so, for example, when I want to open the folder E:\Programme\funnyfiles what do i have to do?

what do i have to change [from "$sFoldername = @ProgramFilesDir RunWait( "explorer.exe " & $sFoldername)"] ??

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JSThePatriot

@nuclear

Again welcome to the forums!

$sFolderName = "E:\Programme\funnyfiles\"
Run("explorer.exe" & $sFolderName)

The above code should get you setup. If it doesnt let me know what you are having trouble with.

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NightGaunt

thx@all for the fast answers...

@NightGaunt:

yes I think I meant this.

so, for example, when I want to open the folder E:\Programme\funnyfiles what do i have to do?

what do i have to change [from "$sFoldername = @ProgramFilesDir RunWait( "explorer.exe " & $sFoldername)"] ??

$sFoldername = "E:\Programme\funnyfiles"
Runwait ("explorer.exe " & sFoldername)

$sFolderName is the variable of the folder you want to point to. You can put whatever you want between the quotes and it will open that. I just chose @ProgramFilesDir out of convenience.

The command Runwait ("explorer.exe " & sFoldername) is exactly the same as typing Explorer.exe E:\Programme\funnyfiles in to your RUN box in Windows.

If you want to do more stuff it is a good idea to try and read the help files as much as you can, or go through code samples. It may be harder if you do not know English well, but it may still help.

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sleek

The easiest way is to run explorer using the file name as an argument. For example, to open

the Programs Folder, type the following:

Run("C:\Windows\Explorer.exe C:\Program Files")

Leave a space after the "exe" part above.

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Valuater

even easier

Run("Explorer.exe C:\Program Files")

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nuclear

@all..

yep that worked

thank you very much for all the answers

cya | nuclear

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