With CEP I use to open a folder previously given by user so the user can access faster his exported image with the next code:
The code above opens the Window or Mac explorer on the outputFolder path.
Is there a way to do it with the a session token within UXP?
This is a great UX that I want to remain in my plugin as I’m migrating it to UXP from CEP.
Thanks in advance!
I think it is supposed to be this:
But I had tried it in the past and wasn’t able to get it to work and gave up.
Hello Jason, this is exactly what I needed thank you very much brother! It works perfect for me and opens the folder without a problem!
Do you want to share with me what you’ve tried so I can help you to make it work and return you the favor?
I don’t think I currently need that function, but if you have some working example code you could put here, that would be helpful to me or others in the future.
I would like that! I was able to open files but never make a folder appear in finder/explorer… I just assumed it was bugged and would get fixed later.
I’m out of the studio for the weekend and I don’t have access to the updated code which worked for me but I’ll be back on Monday and then I can share with you the exact code I used! I just put a reminder on my calendar to write back here!
I did get it working today, but thank you for checking in!
One key thing that I needed was the empty quotes “” in the “extensions” array in the manifest!
const lfs = require("uxp").storage.localFileSystem;
token = await lfs.getFolder();
Intersting! I can open it without having the extensions key with all those values on it in the mafiest! I did the same as you, I already checked my code, I used the
token.nativePath value in the openPath() function and worked as well.
I should check what happens if I just remove the extensions key entirely. Maybe it is triggering a needless “whitelist” situation.