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the local scripts folder 7 Years, 4 Months ago  
-- windows.lua

function Global_ShowDialog(dialogName)
Rainlendar_OpenDialog(dialogName)
end

-- xml code:

<button id="Calendar.but.manager" element="bitmap.square" origin="BOTTOM-LEFT" x="44" y="-11" action="Global_ShowDialog(Manager)" />

--
All that works fine , but how to make it local ? <script>Scripts/my.lua</script>
won't work.

Can someone show me an example?

If I can't get this to work, I would have to make an installer script (VBS or whatever) that people who download Skins could run to modify the windows.lua

I had more than 2.000.000 visitors on one of my homepages, and wrote in lots forums (different names) I think some of them would like the Rainlendar app. I just can't recommend it before some of those problems is solved. The forum here seems to be dead, but "This is Sparta", so still waiting - "is anybody out there" ?

Benny Pedersen<br><br>Post edited by: Benny Pedersen, at: 2007/08/30 20:02
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Re:the local scripts folder 7 Years, 3 Months ago  
You need to define the script element like this:

&lt;script file=&quot;scripts/my.lua&quot; /&gt;
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Re:the local scripts folder 7 Years, 3 Months ago  
Thanks Rainy

Sometimes a solution is so simple that I don't see it


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