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Xpize 3.0 Released

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XPero    0

@bonedaddy:

OK. It seems that all the effort put in the "i386 patching feature" has been a waste of time for some, because you dont use it. Having this into account, I think I'm going to put end to all this. I'm currently learning NSIS and thought about a final solution to that unattended problem. I'm not going to give details about my idea (dont want to create expectations). Let's see what happens. Untill now, install XPize normally, believe me, it is not a big problem (irony).

XPero

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bonedaddy    0

Hi Xpero

Don't get the wrong idea, I use it for me, and it's just not the complete program if

you patch..... But the big deal is I use WAIT post installer and for some that use

my ISO's they don't want all programs offered, their loss. Me for my use I don't care

if I click twice and it's not silent, but if I state ISO is silent then I have to leave off

XPize 3.0...........I hope this makes since to you.........

BD

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yergling    0

hallo xpero

the feature of patching i386 is great, but at the moment there are so many post sp2 fixes that kill xpize from svcpack.inf on so i just use the normal installer

hope that its not so difficult to fix all this - the pack is simply great

yergling

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