open zip file with list component

Posted on 2004-11-17
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Last Modified: 2010-07-27

I've a list component and I want to open a zip file in it.

I've this code to do it :

on (change) {
    my_url2 = this.getValue()
    if (my_url2 != "") {

My function works and download the file well. However it appears under my movie (on the background). What I want is to have the file download monitor on the foregraound. I've tried with swapdepth property but it don't work... So if anyone one got a solution it could help me !

Thanks in advance
Question by:yotsse
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Accepted Solution

blue-genie earned 100 total points
ID: 12612055
are u running your app as an exe, swf, or embedded in html?
by file download monitor - is this the standard windows file open type window?

any way we can get a visual on this?


Author Comment

ID: 12612288
Yes it is the standard file open type window and I'll run the application as an .exe and .swf.

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