I have a problem with this code:
theDialog = dotNetObject “System.Windows.Forms.OpenFileDialog” --create a OpenFileDialog
theDialog.title = “Open Folder” --set the title
result = theDialog.showDialog() --display the dialog, get result into variable
result.ToString() --when closed, convert the result to string
result.Equals result.OK --returns TRUE if OK was pressed, FALSE otherwise
result.Equals result.Cancel --returns TRUE if Cancel was pressed, FALSE otherwise
theFilenames = theDialog.fileNames --the selected filenames will be returned as an array
It opens the OpenFileDialog but you need to select a file. I’m looking for the exact same thing where you don’t have to select a file, like in a output path for a render: you go on the right folder you type: “SHOT100.jpg”, hit “ok” and it goes like “C:\mypath…\SHOT100.jpg” even if the file SHOT100.jpg doesn’t exist yet.
How does it work with dotnet?