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2nd November, 2009 at 21:39:23 -

.ink / windows shortcuts

I'm doing some kind of program which can open stuff and other things for school and I'm wondering how I can open .ink with MMF runtime; you know, windows shortcuts??
It seems it only can open .bat and .exe ..

Any way?

 
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3rd November, 2009 at 01:56:56 -

Using the "File" extension, select the action "Run Application" (under "File Actions")
Set the name of the application to run to "rundll32.exe"
Set the commandline to "shell32.dll,ShellExec_RunDLL ""C:\folder\shortcut"""

DO NOT put a ".lnk" at the end or it won't work.
DO make sure you have the right number of quotation marks - the file path is a string within a string, so MMF requires that you use two quotation marks at each end.


 
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3rd November, 2009 at 02:07:15 -

Alternatively, you could just use the "file-folder" extension's "open item" function...

 
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Originally Posted by Sketchy
Alternatively, you could just use the "file-folder" extension's "open item" function...



That would be too easy.

 
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3rd November, 2009 at 07:08:41 -


Originally Posted by Sketchy
Alternatively, you could just use the "file-folder" extension's "open item" function...



where do I get that extension? I don't got it and I can't find it on clickteams extension site..

I found it at http://www.zoomgamer.com/ctedb/ but the link doesnt work -.- where can I download it?

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3rd November, 2009 at 10:32:57 -

The File-Folder object is by sphax so my guess is you can get it using the Extension Updater app.

 
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3rd November, 2009 at 13:22:56 -

I found the extension =D, using the fusion updater.

 
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