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    Re: Adressing the Files

    It absolutely did! That's what I literally wanted to do :)

    Thank you very much, Friedrich!
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    Re: Adressing the Files

    Hello, I would still like to hear some tips or advices about this subject, please.

    I often move my entire project folder (along with the files to install) via USB-stick and need to compile the...
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    Adressing the Files

    Hello, my installation project has several files to be installed, and they all are located in the same root folder where sbp project file is also located. For example, my sbp is under this directory...
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    Re: Hiding Uninstall.log

    Thank you for your effort, and information. No worries, I'm not in hurry about the language issue. All we need is a stable result, and it's understandable that it requires time.

    I will check more...
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    Re: Hiding Uninstall.log

    Hi Friedrich, I just want to ask if there is any progress about the last issue? Cheers
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    Re: Hiding Uninstall.log

    Thanks for letting me know. I'm waiting for good news with patience. Cheers
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    Re: Hiding Uninstall.log

    Thank you very much!
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    Re: Hiding Uninstall.log

    I understand, your explanation is quite logical. Thank you for your effort Friedrich, I hope there is something we can do about it. I will wait for your 'hopefully' positive answer.
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    Re: Hiding Uninstall.log

    That's so bad.. So this current situation leads the topic back to the very beginning...

    * Is there another way to change the language globally, for older Windows' too?

    I really want to change...
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    Re: Hiding Uninstall.log

    Hi, I found the problem. When I remove the line with VERSIONINFO_LANGID, problem solved.

    But now the current problem is, how to change the Language line in the file description, and keep all those...
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    Re: Hiding Uninstall.log

    As I said, I can also view the file details of SetupBuilder application in Windows98. I can view the details of other files as well, which means there is nothing wrong with my OS. Problem is, I can't...
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    Re: Hiding Uninstall.log

    Hi, for example in WinXP/Win7/Win10 when I click on Properties > Details on my setup.exe, I can see every details I wrote properly. But when I click on Properties > Version (In Win98), I see this:
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    Re: Hiding Uninstall.log

    Hi again, I'm actually still wondering, if it's possible to create the Uninstall.log file in another folder different than the one Uninstaller.exe in? Maybe with a custom uninstaller script etc? I...
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    Re: Hiding Uninstall.log

    I understand about the case with uninstaller.log file. Is it maybe possible to create this log in another folder different than uninstaller.exe?

    Your language solution works just perfect! Once...
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    Hiding Uninstall.log

    Greetings! After a long time, I'm back with a couple of questions again. Like always, I will be very much thankful for your assistance.

    My first question: Is it possible to hide or disable the log...
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    Re: Checking an Installed Program

    No problem, I just thought that there is no way to do such a thing. I'm glad that it's possible -- like all of my past questions :)

    I have actually never tried to create a custom dialog. Only a...
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    Re: Checking an Installed Program

    You're definitely right! In 52nd line I just named it as "#3" in the Dialog Label, and all worked quite fine :)

    Well, in order to make it seem a little more aesthetic, is it possible to extend the...
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    Re: Checking an Installed Program

    Hmm I did the same commands, but unfortunately I couldn't do it this time.

    Only difference is:
    In 52nd line I couldn't change the variable name to "SELECTDESTINATION", and had to leave it as...
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    Re: Checking an Installed Program

    Yes it helped a lot, thank you again Friedrich :)
    Right after the first "If" line, I added my own "If/Else" function. Now it checks the other program, and doesn't perform uninstalling if other...
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    Re: Checking an Installed Program

    I'm glad to hear that it's a simple way to do this. Checking for the GUID is not a problem. But I'm not sure how can I add this "custom" uninstall. Can you please explain me how to add this custom...
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    Re: Checking an Installed Program

    Besides, can you please inform me, is it possible to prevent the uninstall "X" to be launched, if the program "Y" is also installed in the pc. I mean, is the uninstall of "X" able to give this eror...
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    Re: Checking an Installed Program

    Hello again Friedrich,

    I must say that SetupBuilder really amazes me everytime when I use it. Since my last message here, I achieved everything I wanted from an Installation, thanks to SB and...
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    Re: Checking an Installed Program

    Yes, I'm doing the same thing, but it doesn't work. Now I created a quick new installer project. This time, only thing I do was choosing that option. Still no. Very interesting.
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    Re: Checking an Installed Program

    I think you're right. But I did it and it didn't change anything. This option is clicked but even when I don't scroll down, if "agreed" is selected, "Next" button is clickable. My EULA is long...
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    Re: Checking an Installed Program

    I've seen this a couple of times. It just counts down from 10sc (usually). You can't push "Next" button until it comes to zero. It's just a way to make sure that user has read the agreement before...
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