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Startup Collect data page


 
Wiplinger I want to collect data from the user, when he starts the book the first time, and write the info to a file, use the info in the book, but also to request the password later.

So far I have a personal.htm, which is the form and the active script writefile.as (found onwww.ebookcode.com).

I tried to start the home page #!personal.htm via On Start from the Add-Ins menu.

It does not work!

How can I modify it, so that it work? I believe, that you can only start scripts in the Add-Ins menu. Can I use (and how) another script file start.as which only starts the personal.htm ???

Which path should I use? I just want to keep the file in the directory where the book is.

Another pice is also missing, the personal.htm should only run, IF the file does not exist.


Posted on: 3:02 am on December 13, 2002
EBookCompiler HTML is not a script file

So try

##NAVIGATE('personal.htm')


Posted on: 5:28 pm on December 15, 2002

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