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Add-On Maker for Nlite 1.2.4 Update: 06/17/2006

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got a problem.

I am using the newest verion of nlite add-on maker.

everthing is fine, but there is no swithes in the ENTRIES_PROGRAM.INI, just the name of the program, can anyone help me?

and sorry for my bad english.

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I'm having a problem using this to where when I create a file it always add's adware.ini with the correct other files.

Like I'll do one for Firefox and it has firefox.ini and adaware.ini and it does that every time I create something.

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I got think i fixed it. Was a wierd error though. The first time I tried this I did Ad-aware and found it created the ad-aware.ini also in the program directory as the nlite creator. Deleted that and now I don't get ad-aware.ini in every cab file.

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Maybe I wasn't clear.

[SetupData]
CatalogSubDir="\i386\SVCPACK"

This is an extract of svcpack.inf. Say you change it to

[SetupData]
CatalogSubDir="\i386\SERVICE"

and rename your svcpack dir to service, then your svcpack dir is now service and all hotfixes, stuff created with addon maker etc go in services not svcpack. Svcpack.inf still has to be called svcpack.inf so that's ok, but it would be good to have an option in which you can set the svcpack dir in the cab if you've changed it so you don't have to change the folder in the cab.

Still not clear, but that's as simple as I can explain it.

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Maybe I wasn't clear.
[SetupData]
CatalogSubDir="\i386\SVCPACK"

This is an extract of svcpack.inf. Say you change it to

[SetupData]
CatalogSubDir="\i386\SERVICE"

and rename your svcpack dir to service, then your svcpack dir is now service and all hotfixes, stuff created with addon maker etc go in services not svcpack. Svcpack.inf still has to be called svcpack.inf so that's ok, but it would be good to have an option in which you can set the svcpack dir in the cab if you've changed it so you don't have to change the folder in the cab.

Still not clear, but that's as simple as I can explain it.

I see what you are going on about but why would you even want to do that. It seems a bit pointless

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got a problem.

I am using the newest verion of nlite add-on maker.

everthing is fine, but there is no swithes in the ENTRIES_PROGRAM.INI, just the name of the program, can anyone help me?

and sorry for my bad english.

Switchs is internally in the archive .exe not in .ini

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got a problem.

I am using the newest verion of nlite add-on maker.

everthing is fine, but there is no swithes in the ENTRIES_PROGRAM.INI, just the name of the program, can anyone help me?

and sorry for my bad english.

Switchs is internally in the archive .exe not in .ini

thx,I've fixed it.

And report another bug. Nlite Addon Maker 1.2.4 do not support chinese well, I mean when u put a file in a directory contained chinese characters or a path to the directory contains chinese characters, I got an error just like this.

post-99504-1151022780_thumb.jpg

that's it. and this software is wonderful, thx for ur work.

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got a problem.

I am using the newest verion of nlite add-on maker.

everthing is fine, but there is no swithes in the ENTRIES_PROGRAM.INI, just the name of the program, can anyone help me?

and sorry for my bad english.

Switchs is internally in the archive .exe not in .ini

thx,I've fixed it.

And report another bug. Nlite Addon Maker 1.2.4 do not support chinese well, I mean when u put a file in a directory contained chinese characters or a path to the directory contains chinese characters, I got an error just like this.

post-99504-1151022780_thumb.jpg

that's it. and this software is wonderful, thx for ur work.

send me your chinese language to test.

virtualltek@yahoo.com.br

it tries to modify the font in the language file

[Main]Author={_Carnificina_}

Font=MS Sans Serif

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Maybe I wasn't clear.

[SetupData]
CatalogSubDir="\i386\SVCPACK"

This is an extract of svcpack.inf. Say you change it to

[SetupData]
CatalogSubDir="\i386\SERVICE"

and rename your svcpack dir to service, then your svcpack dir is now service and all hotfixes, stuff created with addon maker etc go in services not svcpack. Svcpack.inf still has to be called svcpack.inf so that's ok, but it would be good to have an option in which you can set the svcpack dir in the cab if you've changed it so you don't have to change the folder in the cab.

Still not clear, but that's as simple as I can explain it.

I see what you are going on about but why would you even want to do that. It seems a bit pointless

I execute a few progs via addon maker svcpack.inf btw I get an error, you know "access is denied, make sure the disk is not write protected or in use" etc. I asked ppl and they suggested changing the svcpack dir and it works at service.

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Maybe I wasn't clear.

[SetupData]
CatalogSubDir="\i386\SVCPACK"

This is an extract of svcpack.inf. Say you change it to

[SetupData]
CatalogSubDir="\i386\SERVICE"

and rename your svcpack dir to service, then your svcpack dir is now service and all hotfixes, stuff created with addon maker etc go in services not svcpack. Svcpack.inf still has to be called svcpack.inf so that's ok, but it would be good to have an option in which you can set the svcpack dir in the cab if you've changed it so you don't have to change the folder in the cab.

Still not clear, but that's as simple as I can explain it.

I see what you are going on about but why would you even want to do that. It seems a bit pointless

I execute a few progs via addon maker svcpack.inf btw I get an error, you know "access is denied, make sure the disk is not write protected or in use" etc. I asked ppl and they suggested changing the svcpack dir and it works at service.

we go to make tests to see if it is possible without harming the normal way.

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in nlite svcpack.in_

[setupData]

CatalogSubDir="\i386\SVCACK"

this change would have that to be manual not?

[setupData]

CatalogSubDir="\i386\SERVICE"

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Yeh but I mean you know the files of the cab.

addon.cab

----------------svcpack
|
setup.exe
----------------Entries*.ini

I'm saying that you should give an option to change the svcpack dir to other name that you have put in

[setupData]

CatalogSubDir="\i386\xxxxx"

Not the filename, svcpack.inf

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hi all could you please explain what a switch is, how i use them and how do i find out what switch to use? many thanks

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some installations possess commands special that occult the installation.

Thus making an installation not attended.

this type of instalção occult the windows.

some installation if you to type setup.exe/?

it appears the commands that this installation supports

TD

I understood we go to see if it is possible to make something for next version

:thumbup

It would be thus?

[general]builddate=02/02/2006

description=example

language=example

title=example

version=1.0

website=www.example.com

[EditFile]

I386\SVCPACK.INF,SetupHotfixesToRun,AddProgram

[setupData]

CatalogSubDir="\i386\SERVICE"

[AddProgram]

delfiles.exe

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Yep. But make the SERVICE dir option changeable. Some people might want something different if they get the same error as me.

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