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Checkbox on/off issues , Wise for Windows Installer

Checkbox on/off issues , Wise for Windows Installer

Checkbox on/off issues , Wise for Windows Installer

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How can I configure a checkbox in a dialog to set a property not only when it is first clicked, but also on the second click?

Here is an example of what I would like to happen (seems logical): I have a checkbox whose initial value is 0:
1.) The checkbox is in an unchecked state.
2.) I click the checkbox.
3-a.) The checkbox changes to a checked state.
3-b.) The checkbox's associated property's value changes to 1.
4.) I click the checkbox.
5-a.) The checkbox changes back to an unchecked state.
5-b.) The checkbox's associated property's value changes back to 0.

However, when I debug, I see that 5-b won't happen. The value set in 3-b acts like it is set in stone. I can click away, but it won't change.

Are the checkboxes in Wise only good for a one-time click? What if the user changes his/her mind? As a VB programmer this wouldn't make sense to me.

Please post any suggestions or information you may have to clear this concept up for me.

Thanks for your time.

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