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Thanks ;-)


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BTW, have you done other improvments to the setup project?
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Yes, I done all kinds of things... for example:

    - Setting Registry entries for the application using SaveSetting.

    - running self-extracting zip files.

    - Launching the application after it has been installed.

    - selecting "Full" vs "lite" installations.

It's actually quite easy.  It modifies just like any other program...


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Interesting.

I am sure most of these are easy but I never took time!!! Maybe I'm too lazy!
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