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 1   Novice / Re: Authorization problems  on: Yesterday at 12:56pm
Started by YACKARE | Post by Rod
Good tip. Nomainwin is for development and testing.
 
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 2   Novice / Re: Authorization problems  on: Yesterday at 12:05pm
Started by YACKARE | Post by YACKARE
It is free and allows a very advanced customization if you want the user to use the standard installation system for your LB application.
Greetings.
 
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 3   Novice / Re: Authorization problems  on: Yesterday at 12:01pm
Started by YACKARE | Post by YACKARE
Thanks for your help. At the moment I solved the problem by adding NOMAINWIN to my program.

I'm working with windows 10 and it's very easy to get an impeccable standard installation just by following the Inno Setup wizard.
 
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 4   Novice / Re: Authorization problems  on: Yesterday at 03:18am
Started by YACKARE | Post by Rod
Did you follow the Inno Setup advice and use the suggested defaults? The point is you don't know where it is going to be setup. Inno will choose the safest directories.

Perhaps your questions have been answered on the Inno Setup support newsgroup?
 
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 5   Novice / Re: Authorization problems  on: Yesterday at 12:19am
Started by YACKARE | Post by tooanalytical
It makes me wonder. I have not played with install makers for a long time. What must we know when using the install maker programs to make installers for a Liberty Basic program? Can we safely just choose to make the installer use a Default installation path choice? Would the user simply be able to choose, "Run as Administrator" for running the installer?
 
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 6   Novice / Re: Authorization problems  on: Nov 18th, 2017, 2:27pm
Started by YACKARE | Post by bradley
Permissions for sure. What is the path you are installing it into? What OS?
 
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 7   Novice / Authorization problems  on: Nov 18th, 2017, 09:36am
Started by YACKARE | Post by YACKARE
I am trying to create an installer for my lb program with Inno Setup and I have a problem executing the program and it is that I get the message FileSystemAccessDenied.
If I run it as an administrator it works. Any suggestions?
Tanks.
 
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 8   General Board / Re: Facebook  on: Nov 15th, 2017, 4:04pm
Started by mack | Post by mack
Hi Rod

Sorry didnít realise there was one. Yes much better with this forum and the Wiki.

Rob
 
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 9   Novice / Re: GROUPBOX enable/disable  on: Nov 15th, 2017, 04:23am
Started by tsh73 | Post by Rod
MSDN has conflicting advice. It seems that currently groupboxes are discouraged. They now also say all controls should be disabled in a groupbox rather than disabling the groupbox.

Quote:
Don't disable group boxes. To indicate that a group of controls doesn't currently apply, disable all the controls within the group box, but not the group box itself. This approach is more accessible and can be supported consistently by all UI frameworks.


https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-gb/library/windows/desktop/dn742405(v=vs.85).aspx

Like Anatoly, I would have expected the controls within a groupbox to be disabled if the groupbox was disabled.

Since this conflicts with current advice we could probably spend time on other things.

 
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 10   General Board / Re: Facebook  on: Nov 15th, 2017, 04:04am
Started by mack | Post by Rod
There has been one for quite some while.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/lbProgramming/?ref=group_header

It isn't used much. Facebook is social media is it not? That implies chat and sharing. But it is unstructured.

This structured forum is much better placed to answer folks questions and there is a huge legacy of info and tips to browse and absorb.

Nothing wrong with yelling about Liberty BASIC and promoting it wherever possible. But using Facebook for that requires some effort and skill to get noticed and shared.

Depends what you see the groups purpose as.
 
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