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MaineCoon

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6 Apr 2010
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nativeEx_BSOR + WB080
Tested nativeEx_BSOR with WB080 for the very first time but w/o success and 3 error messages.

1. message:
checking the Check Box in Main GUI (Check for needed tools and download if necessary) I got a HTTP-404 error in BSORConfig.script with 'hiderun.exe'. Seems to be a wrong link ('Tools' instead of 'Tools/LiveXP')

log

2. message:
unchecking this line I got the next error in BSORCopy.script section [From_CD] with IniWrite+escapes (seems Peter has found) biggrin.gif
Changing the line to
CODE
TXTAddLine,%target_win%\TXTSETUP.sif,SetupData,OsLoadOptions=#$q/fastdetect#$q

I could continue to next error message

log

3. message:
BSORCopy.script section [Copy-CodePage] - could not copy 'c_1252.nls'

log

Any hints?

MaineCoon


Edit:
TXTAddLine instead of TextAddLine
15 Jan 2010
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Else+spaces+Command block/No Command block
I'm not sure if it's a bug:

The following test (no escapes, Command has to be false)
QUOTE
If,Online,Message,Hallo Peter,Information
Else,Message,Hallo Lancelot,Information

results as
QUOTE
'Information' is not a valid integer value: Message,Hallo,Lancelot,Information

but:
the ELSE command within a Begin/End block is working well.

MaineCoon
21 Sep 2009
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Angle brackets in %var%
Don't know if angle brackets in Vars are allowed or not.

Anyway, using the following test script I got different results in log window and log.html
CODE
[main]
                         Title=VarWithFirst
                         Description=my Program description
                         Selected=True
                         Level=5
                         Version=1
                        
                         [process]
                         Set,%Var%,<First>
                         Message,Var=%Var%,Information

Result in message box and log window:
QUOTE
Message,Var=<First>

Result in log.html:
QUOTE
SetVar - Sucessfuly changed the value of [%Var%] to: []
Message: Var=

Next step: I added the following line:
CODE
StrFormat,RTRIM,%Var%,1,%Var%

with result in log.html:
QUOTE
SetVar - Sucessfuly changed the value of [%Var%] to: []
StrFormat - converted [RTRIM(%Var%,1)] to variable: [%Var%] with result: [
Message: Var=

Seems to be a disfigurement in log.html or is it wodoo.gif ?

Regards,
MaineCoon
11 Sep 2009
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%pTextBox% in WB078
I'm unsure if its a bug or a feature:

using previous versions of WB I am able to read the content of var %pTextBox% but not in 078/078SP1, all my tests are returning 'pTextBox=%pTextBox%' although a string is defined in pTextBox.

Is it a bug or is there another way to read the content, a way I'm unable to see at moment?

Regards,
MaineCoon
4 Sep 2009
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MS PowerPoint Viewer 2003
File name: MS PowerPoint Viewer 2003

Description: This script does not contain any MS files!
- View full-featured presentations created in PowerPoint 97 and later versions

Requirements: The viewer has to be installed on your host machine.

Supported OS: XP, W2k3 and Vista (no WAIK)

bilingual interface: english/german

Languages: all 34 languages are supported and automatically detected

Added size to ISO.file: about 3.8 MB

Script time: about 2 minutes

Vista issue:
The shortcuts Startmenue, Desktop and Programs are visible, but the 'Open File' dialogue does not appear, therefore the file extensions are associated by the script. At moment I cannot see the wood for the trees.
Any help is much appreciated.


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