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seres

that didnt worked it opens the folder browse

what i want to know if there is a form to open a folder, not to browse it

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Nahuel

Something like this?

Run( "Explorer",@WindowsDir)

Replace @WindowsDir with the path of the folder you want to open.

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GaryFrost

that didnt worked it opens the folder browse

what i want to know if there is a form to open a folder, not to browse it

The questions is pretty vague, no form to open a folder, perhaps you mean FileSelectFolder, check the help file.


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bman

so, I am trying to do this as well.. and both the shellexecute command or the Run( "explorer.exe Z:\") work through windows... however I am currently trying to do this using seemless windows in Metaframe, which usually doesn't have any problem running autoit scripts, however neither of these commands work in a favorable way when using seemless windows in metaframe. ShellExecute just throws errors up "Windows can not find '/idlist,296:5220,Z:\'." using Run("explorer.exe Z:\") causes problems with the seemless windows because it tries to open the metaframe desktop.

I hope i haven't completely confused everyone, not sure how familiar people are with metaframe.

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bman

ok... i was able to make something work... Used the User Defined Functions for IE Management... _IECreate ( "file://z:\")

Works marvelously.

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