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    Is it possible with Command Line?

    Is there any way to do File Associations with my application?

    I Want to open Music Files with my Player (By Double-Clicking on Explorer), like Windows Media Player, Do i need to use Command Line expressions?

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    Re: Is it possible with Command Line?

    I think you can do it using the registry object

    edit: take a look at this topic http://www.clickteam.com/epicenter/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Main=13985&Number=9941 5#Post99415

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    Re: Is it possible with Command Line?

    I discovered this myself a while ago and it is quite simple. I thought of making an extension to do it.

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    Re: Is it possible with Command Line?

    I've figured out that CommandLine$ returns some paths (including stdrt.exe) when you drop files on the EXE, so that's what happen with CommandLine$:

    "TEMPPATH$ + stdrt.exe" "C:\Mymusic.mp3" "C:\Mymusic2.mp3" "C:\Mymusic.wma"

    So, the files are identified, i just need to find a way of separate each filename!

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