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Something like 'FileSelectFolder' on a GUI ?

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Hi

I need something like the fileselectfolder function on my gui.

So my question is there a udf that fills a treeview with (all) informations found in fileselectfolder eg drives, folders... and returns the selected folder?

greetings mozart90

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Hi

I need something like the fileselectfolder function on my gui.

So my question is there a udf that fills a treeview with (all) informations found in fileselectfolder eg drives, folders... and returns the selected folder?

greetings mozart90

That's exactly what FileSelectFolder() is for. Why would you want to reinvent it?

Kurt


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That's exactly what FileSelectFolder() is for. Why would you want to reinvent it?

Kurt

... yes I know, but I need it on my gui and not in an extra popup window.

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... yes I know, but I need it on my gui and not in an extra popup window.

Greetings

There are usually slicker ways to do things than mine, but where I've needed that I have put an Input control with an elipsis ( ... ) button next to it. Clicking the button pops up the extra popup window you mentioned, but it is clearly tied to the GUI and a familiar desktop action to Windows users.

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