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How to hide button [Cancel] on minimal interface?

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  • How to hide button [Cancel] on minimal interface?

    Hi!

    I use "Minimal" interface for patches. How to hide button [Cancel] on progress dialog?



    What of functions to use and where?
    DlgButton.SetProperties(CTRL_BUTTON_CANCEL, {Visible = false, Enabled = false});
    or
    StatusDlg.ShowCancelButton(false);

    Is that possible?

    Thanks

  • #2
    You'll need to manually edit the code -- and add the "StatusDlg.ShowCancelButton(false)"

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    • #3
      Jassing, You can tell more in detail where to add this line? This program for me new.

      My actions:
      1) On Task Pane select Screens and go to [Progress] tab


      2) On Task Pane select Actions and go to [On Startup] tab


      How to make correctly?

      Thanks.

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      • #4
        I don't have VP handy right now -- but there should be a line about performing the actual patch -- there should be a callback, if it's nil (or missing) you'll need to create a callback .

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