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opensurf

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opensurf    0

Hi Benjamin,

today i found your fantastic WIHU on these board. I tested it and it would be nice, if you could implement the following enhancements:

1.) Tooltips inside softwaredialog

2.) Resizable softwaredialog (with listview of programs)

3.) Option /SkipSettings as default in install.ini (wihu.exe could then be started directly)

4.) Disable "Reboot" switch in install.ini

5.) multiple commands for one software (like project WPI)

6.) start program in dependce of OS (W2K or XP), or disable programs in dependce of OS. Example is Windows Media Player mpsetupxp.exe for XP and mpsetup.exe for W2K

Thx,

opensurf

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opensurf    0

i have tested for

...

5.) multiple commands for one software (like project WPI)

...

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; Sub command 3

description.3=.NET Framework 1.1 (incl. deutsches Sprachpaket)

command.3=msiexec.exe /i software\netfx.msi /qb

command.3.0=msiexec.exe /i software\langpack.msi /qb

selected.3=0

hidden.3.0=1

...

but when i select ".NET Framework 1.1" and execute, i get the message:

".NET Framework 1.1 (incl. deutsches Sprachpaket)" ausgeführt.

"<missing discription>" ausgeführt.

Installation ist beendet.

It's possible to suppress '"<missing discription>" ausgeführt.' or other solution for my problem?

Thx,

opensurf

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It's possible to suppress '"<missing discription>" ausgeführt.' or other solution for my problem?

As this implied, you missed to specify the description.

; Sub command 3

description.3=.NET Framework 1.1 (incl. deutsches Sprachpaket)

command.3=msiexec.exe /i software\netfx.msi /qb

selected.3=0

description.3.0=Something

command.3.0=msiexec.exe /i software\langpack.msi /qb

hidden.3.0=1

Benjamin

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opensurf    0

i want do simulate "multiple commands" for one softwareitem ".NET Framework 1.1 (incl. deutsches Sprachpaket)", which installs netfx.msi and langpack.msi, therefore i hide "command.3.0" with "hide.3.0=1". The second command should be excuted, but not shown in the "Software Dialog" and "Installation Dialog". With "description.3.0=Something", Something would be shown in the "Installation Window". At present (workaround) i write cmd-file with these two commands.

CU,

opensurf

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opensurf    0
Please use /Verbose=0

where should i use /verbose=0? Commandline would only accept /verbose. I want only suppress the subcommand of one item and not for all subcommands.

EDIT: sorry, i have found /verbose=<level> in the Changelog :whistle:

CU

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