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  1. Re: [SWT-App] Loading .swf files from a runnable .jar or external folder

    Oh, excellent, thanks for the hard work man. Really appreciate it, I can tell you now there are similarities but also big differences I can see in our code. Next problem though, this one I can't find...
  2. Re: [SWT-App] Loading .swf files from a runnable .jar or external folder

    Yeah I ended up getting it working. Thanks~ I just had to puzzle it together and look harder.
  3. Re: [SWT-App] Loading .swf files from a runnable .jar or external folder

    I've been up all night trying to learn to do this, and I am absolutely clueless. Can you please provide an example of what I'm trying to do. Because I'm guessing you want to take the files in the...
  4. Re: [SWT-App] Loading .swf files from a runnable .jar or external folder

    Yeah, that's exactly what I wanted to go for. Ok, I'll read up on it tonight and get to you guys tommorow hopefully.
  5. Re: [SWT-App] Loading .swf files from a runnable .jar or external folder

    Hey Sean, would this be an accurate tutorial to read up on for what your saying Reading, Writing, and Creating Files (The Java™ Tutorials > Essential Classes > Basic I/O) ? Skip down to "Methods for...
  6. Re: [SWT-App] Loading .swf files from a runnable .jar or external folder

    Yeah, that's what I did, so I have both my jar file and SWF files in the same folder. Ahh I guess I kind of solved my own problem.....well, I hope it helps anyone else with the same problem I have.
  7. Re: [SWT-App] Loading .swf files from a runnable .jar or external folder

    It would try to search in the .jar file so it would output a string like;

    "file://C://Desktop//application.jar!//blah.swf"

    So it knew where the flash file was, it just couldn't get to it, I...
  8. [SWT-App] Loading .swf files from a runnable .jar or external folder

    Hey,

    I'm programming using the SWT Widget Library for Java in eclipse, and I'm designing a runnable Java application. I've got the application down, I just don't know how to load external .swf...
  9. Re: [SWT-App] How to point to a directory full of images globally (for each computer)

    I believe I've got it, I have to create an executable JAR file and run it on another computer to truly see if it works, but basically those links didn't really help. Though you said "getResource()"....
  10. Re: [SWT-App] How to point to a directory full of images globally (for each computer)

    Yeah, I see what your saying, but not everyone will have C drive as there local disk, or "PC-name" as there PC name. Which brings me back to my first point.

    EDIT: Thanks for the links, I'll read...
  11. Re: [SWT-App] How to point to a directory full of images globally (for each computer)

    Yeah, I'm going to Zip up my .jar runnable file with the images inside a directory/file. So They'll download the whole bundle. I wouldn't have a clue how to hard-code the path. Wouldn't know where to...
  12. [SWT-App] How to point to a directory full of images globally (for each computer).

    Hey Java'ners,

    Basically I am coding using the SWT Widget Java library, using eclipse, and I've already tried to google my problem but with no luck. I'm creating an application and in the code it...
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