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[qus] How to integrate such add-on?

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malcolmx

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Hello, I 've got some problem, namely I don't know how to create such add-on.
Folder structure looks like this:
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And my question is what command should be used for this one in nLite Add-on maker ?

ps. here;s a link for this file if someone wish to try VistaSounds
C:\chorynaglowe\chujowo\sad


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Setup.exe is a Installshield package.

Run nLite Addon Maker
Select SETUP.EXE
In command line for hidden install put -s (peraphs case sensitive)

ps. You would can upload an file with .zip extension?
The disponible internet access is in my work and the firewall block .rar extension.

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Didn't work with this command :(
C:\chorynaglowe\chujowo\sad

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AutoIt http://www.mytempdir.com/1006798

Just include the exe in the same folder as the VSounds then point nlaom to the autoit installer and it will do the clicking for ya :P

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AutoIt http://www.mytempdir.com/1006798

Just include the exe in the same folder as the VSounds then point nlaom to the autoit installer and it will do the clicking for ya :P

But do I have to write "-s" commmand as well?
C:\chorynaglowe\chujowo\sad

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No just put the VSounds.exe (autoit installer) into the same folder as Setup.exe of the vista sounds then point nlaom to VSounds.exe as the installer... VSounds.exe will then launch Setup.exe and push the buttons for you.

NO you dont need to input any switches leave the area blank.

If that dosent work use this Vista Sounds addon by owikh84 http://rapidshare.de...Sounds.cab.html
MD5: 0dd569e6db24fa386ae7768d13d9f032
Size: 4,633,984 Bytes (4.41 MB)

Edited by ricktendo64, 22 October 2006 - 12:33 PM.


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Oh thank for that link ricktendo64, I dunno why but yor AutoIT didn't clicka any buttons during install. But doesn't matter , now trying that ADDon :)

Greets.
C:\chorynaglowe\chujowo\sad

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You dont have to reinstall to test it out just uncompress the addon an use the exe inside the svcpack to see if you like it




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