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visual studio setup project custom dialog

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Hi experts,
    I have a setup project in which I need to get input from the user and customize the final output.

I have a radiobutton (2buttons) dialog. When a user selects a specific radio button, I should be able to show a textbox dialog. Otherwise, that textbox should stay hidden.

Is there any way to achieve this?

Thank you
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by:sedgwick
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do you want this behavior to be part of the setup project wizard?
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Yes sedgwick. That would be the preferred method.
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Thanks codecruiser. That looks promising. I will get back to you tomorrow with an update.
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thank you
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