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02-23-2005, 04:09 AM
[Tuesday, February 22, 2005 5:21 PM]

Friedrich,

Sorry for the repost, buy maybe you missed my questions while you where
off-line.

1. Using build 1042, I can't disable the "English (US)" language. In a
previous post you mentioned it was going to be fixed, is there another
build?

2. Is there a feature like SB4's "Detect 'In-Use' Files before installing
Files (32-bit)? I want to abort or pause the setup if any of the files are
in use. I tried setting and clearing the "Replace In-Use Files" flag in
"Advanced", but it the installer always prompted me to reboot.

3. Is there a feature like SB4's "Lock Directory"?

4. In "Hardware Checking", how can I mark features as "Recommended"?

Thanks,

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Carlos Gutiérrez

NewsArchive
02-23-2005, 04:10 AM
[Wednesday, February 23, 2005 12:00 PM]

Carlos,

> Sorry for the repost, buy maybe you missed my questions while you where
> off-line.
>
> 1. Using build 1042, I can't disable the "English (US)" language. In a
> previous post you mentioned it was going to be fixed, is there another
> build?

This will be available next week.

> 2. Is there a feature like SB4's "Detect 'In-Use' Files before installing
> Files (32-bit)? I want to abort or pause the setup if any of the files are
> in use. I tried setting and clearing the "Replace In-Use Files" flag in
> "Advanced", but it the installer always prompted me to reboot.

You can use the "Check In-Use File..." script item to handle this.

>
> 3. Is there a feature like SB4's "Lock Directory"?
>

You can use the "Wizard Dialog: Set Control..." script item here. Please
see "Set Control Properties Demo 1.sb5" on how to use this function.

>
> 4. In "Hardware Checking", how can I mark features as "Recommended"?
>

When you click the checkbox once and get a green tick, the hardware is
recommended. When you click the box a second time and get a red X, the box
hardware is required.

Does this help?

Thanks,
Friedrich

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Friedrich Linder
www.lindersoft.com
Fax: 1.954.252.3910