Mor3bane wrote:No worries RL aint kind to time available.
However, using my code shown in my last post still does not allow the drop of the file to the specified directory.
I put the meter on the last line of the code thinking the relative "Z position" of the Meter mattered - no love. :'(
Sorry, i should've tested it first
it seems the issue is that the plugin cannot move things to the root level (e.g C:\ or E:\), but it can if you place it inside a folder on the drive. (e.g E:\Picures)
at least it does for me
i will look into this though since i know what the issue is now
Edit: it might not be possible as windows has some regulation against doing stuff like that (it should work if you set the windows administrator privileges). Easiest solution would be to just put it in a subfolder though
(Warning, just noticed that the plugin will not work if rainmeter is run as administrator due to rainmeter.exe then being a higher priority than the user which stops the possibility to drop items into the window. This is probably dependent on system settings in rainmeter though)