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wise language problem

wise language problem

wise language problem

When a user start my install, my installer ask for a language ( french or english). At the end of my script i have to copy a file depend on wich language he chose at the beggining. Is there anway i can do this. Any var that contain the language i chose ? I use Install Master 8.12
Only want to know wich var i put in my if ....=english then
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RE: wise language problem

In wise installer, the wise.ini file located in C:\windows contains Settings section under which u have the langlist.
This langlist is modified when u chage the .wsi scripts. if a custom action is written which reads the ini file and then depending upon the selection it installs the required the language file then the problem can be solved.

I am trying to solve it out, and will update u on this.


Saurabh Kumar, HP GDIC, Bangalore

RE: wise language problem

Thx, but i found another way of doing what i want. In each script (language script) u can make different shortcut so i create a shortcut in my %MAINDIR% call fr.lang or en.lang and check wich one exist.

RE: wise language problem

Thx a lot anyway :)

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