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Posted: 8th Jan 2003 03:02
The First thing you must do, besides having correct code is to MAKE SURE YOUR .BMP AND CODE FILE ARE SAVED IN THE SAME FOLDER

if that doesn't work ask someone who knows more than this
Rusty Gears
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Posted: 8th Jan 2003 03:07
You called?

They don't have to be in exactly the same folder, but they do have to be within either the project folder itself or one of it's subdirectories.

Actually, good idea with this post CyberSam - perhaps it'll grow to encompass the collected wisdom of many of the all-knowning oldbies. Either that, or it'll just be me and you.

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Posted: 8th Jan 2003 04:29

You could say: cd "c:\my\image or object\directory\"
before you say: load bitmap "mybitmap.bmp",NumberOfBimap

Or again...

You could say:
load bitmap "c:\my\image or object\directory\bitmap.bmp",NumberOfBitmap

But, I prefer to just copy my media to my project's folder rather than have 300 icons on my desktop...

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