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 Post subject: Folder location help
PostPosted: 3. Jan 2007, 19:07 
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Hello,

Due to my layout of folders, it will not work to have the config files in the same directory as the flash file. Is there a way around this? perhaps a param that can be added?

If not, there may be another way... multiple config files in the same folder is not practical for my needs, but if I can defined the $folder variable in the HTML call to the flash, that would work just fine... like param=folder or even ....swf?folder=xxx.

Will either of these work? Or can you suggest another way?

Thank you.


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because of security reasons I dont not allow to have the config files at a different place (I was thinking al ot about this and did not come to to a better solution than hard code it!).

But yes - you can have different conifg files at once! check the website how to configure multiple config files by adding a paraqmeter to the flash...

If you need a version that is different - let me know ;). There is always a way to get something to work,

/Michael


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PostPosted: 3. Jan 2007, 22:59 
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Thanks... I only saw where you can add a number to the current config, making it necessary for all config files to be in the same folder again. Is there something I am missing?

Thanks

(ps. I did order the full version - looking forward to geting the license!)


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no - you are right - The configs still have to be in the folder of the calling html page.

/Michael


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