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vrf Fw: Icon Paths

Question asked by VRFuser on Mar 7, 2003
Relative pathing can be dangerous (the ".." means "parent directory" as I'm
sure you're aware) because of course paths are relative to the current
directory. Depending on how the application is started, the current path
isn't really knowable. You can run a command prompt "cd" with no parameters
to return the current directory.

On the other hand, you can use the script control to change the current
directory (ChDir), call the SetCurrentDirectory function (in Kernel) or set
up a current directory from a launch shortcut. Probably the easiest thing to
do is call SetCurrentDirectory.
-SHAWN-


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