bronz001

What a way to bring a folder name in the program a.m.s

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Hello

My question is in the Auto Play Media Studio 8

What method of determining the folder name is different from one device to another device, be in a specific path

## Example ##

I want to specify the name of the folder in this path

%userprofile%\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles

The folder name varies from one device to another

What is the code used

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I'm not sure to well understand, but you can use a command like this (to create a folder):

mkdir %userprofile%\ApData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\New_Name

If you add space inside the file name, you must use quotes:

mkdir "%userprofile%\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\New Name"

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Thank you brother for your help

But this is not required

If you use Firefox

Enter this code in Run

%userprofile%\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles

What is the name of the folder shown below

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If I use Start | Run and write : (Firefox French version installed)

%userprofile%\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles

A window is open and I can see a folder named: jyhxdjgf.default (inside Profiles)

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A window is open and I can see a folder named: jyhxdjgf.default (inside Profiles)

Good

Name this folder in my computer

82xmuy8s.default

A named folder is different from one computer to another computer

I want to copy your source code files that are inside this folder

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In fact I see that the name folder is different for each version!

The name folder given above was for Firefx 4.0

And now for Firefox 5.0, I can see that the folder's name is: u74tuqaf.default

Maybe this folder name is different for each computer!??

*Edit: After some tests, I see that this folder name is a random name!

But if you remove Firefox, some files are always on your computer with a file saving the value for the folder and you have the same folder name with a new installation!

If you choose to not select: remove my datas and folders

After uninstall Firefox, you can look inside %userprofile%\AppData\Roaming\Firefox\Profiles

You will see some undeleted files and folders with the old value for the folder!

If you remove all folders manually and install Firefox a new time, you will have a new folder random name (this new file will be saved on your computer)!

Or if you remove all the files and folders when you uninstall Firefox!

Same things happens with some programs, like TuneUp Utilities!

Each installation gives a new random folder name.

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The firefox profile foldername is indeed random but you can find its name if you parse the file "profiles.ini" in "%userprofile%\AppData\Roaming\Firefox". Not sure if this will help.

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The firefox profile foldername is indeed random but you can find its name if you parse the file "profiles.ini" in "%userprofile%\AppData\Roaming\Firefox". Not sure if this will help.

Very excellent

This is required

Thank you, allen2 & myselfidem

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The firefox profile foldername is indeed random but you can find its name if you parse the file "profiles.ini" in "%userprofile%\AppData\Roaming\Firefox". Not sure if this will help.

This can be done only for Firefox 4.0 but not for Firefox 5.0. The installations files aren't the same and the program isn't the same.

Maybe that works for Firefox 5.0?

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The firefox profile foldername is indeed random but you can find its name if you parse the file "profiles.ini" in "%userprofile%\AppData\Roaming\Firefox". Not sure if this will help.

This can be done only for Firefox 4.0 but not for Firefox 5.0. The installations files aren't the same and the program isn't the same.

Maybe that works for Firefox 5.0?

The experiment has successfully

Transferred files from the fourth to the fifth version using the file and successfully

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Yes, the file "profiles.ini" is also created inside: %userprofile%\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\profiles.ini" with Firefox 5.0! ;)

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