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Vindicator209

Hi, im trying to find a command to rename the folder that the script is currently in, is that possible? and if so, what command(s) should I look at?

thanks


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Somerset

if you try to change the folder's name that script is located in, while running you will get the sharing violation error.

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Yea, I tried that, but I can't do that with the directory that the script is in...

$name=InputBox("Name","Whats the name of your pet?")

DirMove(@ScriptDir,StringTrimRight(@ScriptFullPath,5)&$name)

(dir name is mypet)


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directory X, where the script is running. load something outside of the X directory to change the name of the directory. then to reload the orginal script.


 

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