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Stored procedures
The WorkingDirectory property is used to:
  • identify or modify the directory used by the HTML Editor control to store the images and CSS sheets of an HTML page.
  • identify the directory used by the HTML Display control to store the images and CSS sheets of an HTML page.
Android The WorkingDirectory property is used only to identify the directory used by the HTML Display or HTML Editor control to store the images and CSS sheets of an HTML page.
Remarks:
  • HTML Editor control: when the control is used, a working directory is automatically created. This directory is deleted when the window or application is closed.
  • HTML Display control: when HTMLFromEmail is used, a working directory is automatically created to save the images associated with the email. This directory is deleted when the window or application is closed.
Example
// Copy an image to the directory and insert it into the document
fCopyFile("logo.png", CompleteDir(HTMEDT_NoName1.WorkingDirectory) + "logo.png")
HTMEDT_NoName1.Insert("<img src='logo.png'>")
Syntax

Identifying the directory used by the control to store files (images, CSS sheets, etc.) Hide the details

<Result> = <Control used>.WorkingDirectory
<Result>: Character string
  • HTML Editor control: Directory used by the HTML Editor control to store files (images, CSS sheets, etc.).
  • HTML Display control: Directory used by the HTML Display control. If the URL associated with the control is a file, the WorkingDirectory property returns the corresponding directory, otherwise it returns an empty string ("").
<Control used>: Control name
Name of control used:
  • HTML Editor control,
  • HTML Display control.
WindowsiPhone/iPad

Modifying the directory used by the HTML Editor control to store files (images, CSS sheets, etc.) Hide the details

<HTML Editor control>.WorkingDirectory = <New directory>
<HTML Editor control>: Control name
Name of the HTML Editor control used.
<New directory>: Character string
Directory used by the HTML Editor control to store files (images, CSS sheets, etc.).
Remarks
  • Images or CSS stylesheets with a file URL (i.e. starting with "file:///") cannot be displayed by default when editing in the HTML Editor control.
  • To display images or CSS style sheets with a file URL (i.e. starting with "file:///"), these files must:
    • be located in the directory specified with the WorkingDirectory property.
    • be relative. For example: <img src=’myLogo.png’ ...
  • This directory is initialized with a temporary directory. This directory is deleted when the window or application is closed. It can be modified for HTML Editor controls with the WorkingDirectory property. In this case, the specified directory is not deleted.
  • The option in the HTML Editor control ribbon that allows you to insert images into the page automatically copies the images to this directory.
Minimum version required
  • Version 26
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