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Hi

I'm having some trouble getting this to work. I'm finding a cdrom which works great from some code I picked up here, but my run line is not working.

here's the run line I test execute from start/run and works there.

e:\player\vlc.exe --no-plugins-cache --config=e:\player\vlcrc e:\VIDEO_TS

now I have tried to put this code line together but not getting anywhere, can you help me with the correct code to get it to work

$cd1 is the variable from found cdrom, and that's good.

run( $cd1 &'\player\vlc.exe' &'--no-plugins-cache' &'--config=' & $cd1 &'\player\vlcrc' & $cd1 &'\VIDEO_TS')

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Hi

I'm having some trouble getting this to work. I'm finding a cdrom which works great from some code I picked up here, but my run line is not working.

here's the run line I test execute from start/run and works there.

e:\player\vlc.exe --no-plugins-cache --config=e:\player\vlcrc e:\VIDEO_TS

now I have tried to put this code line together but not getting anywhere, can you help me with the correct code to get it to work

$cd1 is the variable from found cdrom, and that's good.

run( $cd1 &'\player\vlc.exe' &'--no-plugins-cache' &'--config=' & $cd1 &'\player\vlcrc' & $cd1 &'\VIDEO_TS')

Your string will be:

e:\player\vlc.exe--no-plugins-cache--config=e:\player\vlcrce:\VIDEO_TS

Do you see somthing? No blanks !!

Kurt


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You are missing spaces at several plaves... maybe ?:

Run($cd1 & '\player\vlc.exe --no-plugins-cache --config=' & $cd1 & '\player\vlcrc ' & $cd1 & '\VIDEO_TS')

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