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AntBriWes

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AntBriWes

I'm wanting to make a GUI that when opened searches a directory and lists them in a list that has each file "selectable" so I can make it do something with the file while it's selected.

Sorry if that doesn't make sense. :s

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BigDod

Have a look in the help file for FileOpenDialogue



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CodyBarrett

@BigDod

im pretty sure he wants to do a 'Windows Explorer' type of GUI personally i would liek to know... Fileopendiaolgue() is only a popup that saves the selectedinto a varaible IF IM RIGHT he wants a 'Windows Explorer'....

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AntBriWes

yeah, I'm looking to make it a viewable list so that I can click any item individually to have it do something.

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torels

filefindfirstfile filefindnextfile

or use dir command in cmd... if you need to get directory structures

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Siberio

I am trying to solve the same problem as well. If I get my code up and working I will post it.

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