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  • Ulrich
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    Ref. first question - the scrollable text box uses the ScrollableText Control, which does not provide background color functionality in Windows Installer. Using a RTF document, you can set the color for the text, but not for the background.

    You find the answer for your second question in the documentation - use build variables, like $(var.VARNAME).

    Ulrich

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  • Quigs
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    Any ideas?

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  • Quigs
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    Although I would appreciate an answer, I have semi solved this by having the background white. If the answer is no then so be it. But a follow up question would be:

    In the settings settings dialog, can a regular text box have some sort of link to an external file? The reason is I have a few of these and it would be great to be able to have the version number inserted at build time like my above question.


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    Thanks in advance.

    Martin.

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  • Quigs
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    Hi there,
    I am importing my software build number into a scrollable text box. This works great but the background remains white. Is there any way to change it to the colour of the dialog? Or maybe there is another way. Can this be done with a text object?

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    Thanks,

    Martin
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