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#ActualErik Rufelt

Posted 13 September 2012 - 06:11 AM

If you're lucky it might just be in the wrong folder. If you run your app from Visual Studio the current working directory where the app will look for files is in the project folder.
Usually it looks like this by default when you create a new project:
- Visual Studio Projects
- - ProjectName
- - - ProjectName
- - - - program.cpp
- - - - Tutorial04.fx

If you double-click your built .exe in Windows, place the .fx file in the same folder as the .exe instead.

#1Erik Rufelt

Posted 13 September 2012 - 06:10 AM

If you're lucky it's just in the wrong folder. If you run your app from Visual Studio the current working directory where the app will look for files is in the project folder.
Usually it looks like this by default when you create a new project:
- Visual Studio Projects
- - ProjectName
- - - ProjectName
- - - - program.cpp
- - - - Tutorial04.fx

If you double-click your built .exe in Windows, place the .fx file in the same folder as the .exe instead.

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