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  1. Hi, but I'm a c*t

    please consider this command taked to the command prompt:

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    pfm flush v:\nuova\a1.avs
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    he returns:

    c:\volumes\a1.avs

    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    I'm already in a batch processing, but I need to get c:\volumes\a1.avs in a variable (e.g. called %vol%)

    How can I crop it?

    thanks
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    You don't "crop" a script! That's like saying "I want to raise the volume on my fonts".

    Do you mean you want to trim/edit the length of your return text so it reads something like "a1.avs"?

    Scott
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