Calling fscommand(“exec”, “filename”); will launch the application specified by filename. The EXEC fscommand is the only escape hatch that. It is also possible to launch video via the FSCommand Launch command, but only if the device supports it (the video file format is mapped to the device video. I know fsCommand is used for that but can anyone help me by providing the exe file will start running. this is what i want to do please help!.
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Heya, Flash has a security constraint that says you can only load external files that rscommand contained within a subfolder called “fscommand”. Hope that can help. You might try my “Cheesing it” way around. More power usually comes hand-in-hand with more complexity The EXEC fscommand is the only escape hatch that Flash provides, and it works, but there are a few limiations.
That severely limits the usefulness of EXEC, but over the years people have come up with some clever workarounds. Calling fscommand “exec”, “filename” ; will launch the application specified by filename. So the answer might be the case but I don’t know.
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SWF Studio and FSCommand EXEC
So how do you get Flash to do things like open documents or launch applications? This content has been marked as final. That was AS2 code from a decompiler. Thanks – you leapt on a little ahead of me.
Fscommand EXEC Tutourial (executing external files)
Fscommand Exec won’t work from a. Results 1 to 9 of 9. This is a security measure. While proxy is very useful, it’s a bit cumbersome if you have a lot of calls to make.
The application can’t have any spaces or special characters in the file name. Sounds like a big breakthrough. You’re probably wondering why Flash still won’t open your file yet.
Yeah it has to be AS 3. It also launches other. But the killer limitation is that you can’t pass arguments to the application you’re launching.
Go to original post. Do you fsfommand to use Flash Projector? I didn’t try that. My guess is that FSCommand is ignored, since it was packaged as swf, even though it es embedded in Captivate exe.
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You must give the command “exec” and the filename to execute an external file. You know, so bitmaps aren’t all pixelated. QuinStreet does not include all companies or all types of products available in the marketplace. Same behavior on xp as well: Then drop it into a Captivate slide to allow it to do the heavy lifting of opening the EXE. The idea is that you call the batch file using the fscommand, this batch file has to be in the fscommand folder. This is worth a look: Is very limited in comparison to AIR.