Creating an Uninstall for my app
I've been using Installshield Professional 6.2 for sometime, say an year, now. I have packaged my application with InstallSheild Professional 6.2 and it works fine. Now, I want to add an uninstall item to my application folder within the Programs menu folder so that the user may uninstall my application from the Programs menu itself without going to the Control Panel. How do I acheive this with Installshield Professional 6.2?
Surely this is a question for Installshield support?
I've put it there as well but got no answers yet.
Putting a short cut to the uninstaller in the start menu is against windows logo requirements isn't it? We used to have it but then took it out in order to try and go for the logo.
Chris, I couldn't understand what you said. Sorry, but could you please elaborate?
Also, when using InstallShield Professional 6.2, when I insert my own license.txt file and if the file contains a double-quote character, the double quote character is replaced by some wierd character that resembles the newline/tab character when it is displayed in the EULA dialog box at runtime. How do I insert a double quote character and make it still display like a double quote?
Okay, to get a "Designed For Windows XP" logo to put on the box your application comes in Microsoft has a series of requirements that you must meet. These include:
OK, how do I concatenate two string literals in the Installshield Pro 6.2 scripts. I tried using the VB concatenation (&), the C++/Java (+) as well as searching for an intrinsic string handling function for the same but did not find any.
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