you do NOT give it a foldername, nor a folderitem…
you give it the “string name” assigned by the IDE when you dragged it in… look in the left panel… and use what it says there… .and ONLY what it says… no path information, no extenstions… and it must be for a FILE you dragged in, not a folder
no quotes, since it is really a VARIABLE name that contains the contents of your file.
[quote=403105:@Eduardo Gutierrez de Oliveira]I may have missed this, but have you thought about copying them over to your bundle in a build step? You can add a whole folder and it’ll include its contents at compile time. Depending on where you tell it to save them, you can later retrieve them and load them up.
If it’s a lot of files this may be easier to load the whole folder into your application bundle.[/quote]
This will work, but then you have to load them from a “file” into a string, if I’m not mistaken
But for a simple page, I’m at a loss as to how to explain it any simpler … I mean I even drew a picture