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  • denniskarlsson
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    Re: using install folder screen to store path in cfg

    Now it's working. =)

    This really helped me out, thank you for your good support and VERY fast answers.

    Best regards
    Dennis

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  • Mark
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    Re: using install folder screen to store path in cfg

    Hi,

    Instead of using the Select Install Folder use the Edit Box Screen and set the browse button style to "Directory". This will give you an edit field with a browse button, and you won't have to worry about disk space at all.

    This will be easier then messing with the Select Install Folder. Sorry I missed that.

    mark.

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  • denniskarlsson
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    Re: using install folder screen to store path in cfg

    Ok, should this work? (installed app. uses approx. 1MB)
    Shall I put in Actions/Startup or on the file browser screen?

    Assign Value(%AdditionalDiskSpace% = -2048)

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  • Mark
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    Re: using install folder screen to store path in cfg

    Hi,

    Try using the %AdditionalDiskSpace% variable. Set it to the negative of the amount of space that your installation needs in bytes. This should reduce the needed space to zero for that screen. I'm not sure if it will work if there is no disk in the drive, but you could give it a try.

    mark.

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  • using install folder screen to store path in cfg

    Hi

    I'm using the install folder screen to retrieve a path that the user chooses. This path is stored in a config file for the actual application.

    All works fint but...
    if the user browse "A:\" as their path and the user doesn't have a floppy in their drive, the setup program shows a message; Disk do not have enough space.

    This is ofcourse because of the 0 bytes of free space on A:\.

    but... can I in some way turn the disk space check off on this screen or can I temporarily set the required disk space to 0!?
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