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  1. Hello dear members, PS: I don't know where is related forum - I want to give because they still are flash developers cause i want they don't have problem with Air Application and access for environment to air apps for example %windir% in air app will find to path "C:\Windows" If you want use with cmd or system-engine-used apps or shells for Greensock LoaderMax. But i don't know if you are okay than i want they are happy without problem with "C:\" or "C\Windows" or other detecting installed Windows Version. If our computer has installed with Windows on D:\ than it outs out to "D:\Windows" That is why I want give my ane file GetEnvPath() I have built awesome ane file ( successor alternative from MDM Zinc Studio mdm.Application.getEnvVar(envPath:String):String - I know they are waiting for Adobe Air 19, 20, or latest. I have created dll file ( just it is serious, trusted and honest file. If you want know to code an example: getEnv(envPath:String):String like this: private var _getEnvExt:GetENvPath; ... protected function airAppCreatingCompleteHandler(evt:FlexEvent):void { _getEnvExt = new GetEnvPath(); _getEnvExt.initalize; ... winpathLabel.text = _getEnvExt.getEnv("windir"); ... } Output: C:\Windows n label. You can download from my website and try your air app enjoy and you have happy coding. Best regards
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