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If this work:

Run("C:\Games\Diablo II\Diablo II.exe")

Run("Diablo II.exe", "C:\Games\Diablo II")

Why doesn't this?:

Run("C:\Programs\Sportingbet Poker\poker.exe")

Run("poker.exe", "C:\Programs\Sportingbet Poker")

- I've checked both directory and filename twice, and I don't get it. - Any suggestions?

Steffen "crz" Jorgensenwww.crz.dkcrz@crz.dk

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Maybe, just Run("poker.exe")

And save your script in the directory, Though, thats not what your looking for is it?

Edited by AzKay
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The script used for "Diablo II", was not in the same directory as "Diablo II.exe". - It was in a "Scripts" folder, in the AutoIt directory. - It worked anyway.

I want the script, to be able to find the location for "poker.exe" anywhere, even when the script is on the desktop.

It works with "Diablo II.exe", why not with "poker.exe"? - I even told the script the correct directory to look for it.

I don't get it.

Help!

Steffen "crz" Jorgensenwww.crz.dkcrz@crz.dk

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That doesn't work neither.

EDIT: The script runs "poker.exe" if I put the script in the same directory as "poker.exe".. with only containing code..

Run("poker.exe")

But again, that's not what I want.

Edited by crz

Steffen "crz" Jorgensenwww.crz.dkcrz@crz.dk

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Assuming it is in the directory c:\Programs ...not c:\Program files ...

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