How to add the window when you uninstall the squeeze so that it deletes some files and if not it's not?
I assume this is still a Wisescript project.
One solution to your requirement is to use the "Add text to install.log" command. Here is an extract from the documentation:
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>then deletes the saved game files if the user chooses the "Yes" option
Oops! One would hope that the code would delete the files if the user answered "No"! :-)
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I don't know what you mean.....??
I have one more question. What you need to do to when you install programs to create the file uninstall.exe + UNWISE.exe not just UNWISE.exe?
pl: Mam jeszcze jedno pytanie. Co trzeba zrobić aby po zainstalowaniu programy się tworzył plik uninstall.exe + UNWISE.exe a nie tylko UNWISE.exe?
UnWise.exe is not created when you install a Wisescript application, it is a standard file that is part of any EXE you compile. If you look in the compilation options, there is a checkbox for "ZIP compatible". If you check this box, and then compile your EXE, you can open it in WinZip and see all the files in the EXE, including Unwise.exe and the original source WSI file. This is a good way of ensuring you can access the original source in case it every gets lost, but also allows anyone familiar with Wise technology to extract your source code.
There is no mechanism for creating an Uninstall.exe automatically. You would need to create this EXE as a separate project.
Hope this makes sense.
I think I found a solution. But, however, I was not at all familiar with English. Could anyone write me a script?
I have found solution.
Good, glad to hear that. The thing is, the way that forums generally work is that users share their knowledge so please post the solution you found for the benefit of those who come seeking the same.
Actually, I did not create the script but using Resource Hacker to Polonized