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    Question The Icon Groups section on Setup.Lst

    Hi,
    How to modify Icon Groups section on Setup.Lst if my target file is not in $(AppPath)?
    Here was what I did and it didn't work

    [$(Programs)]
    Icon1="myApp1.exe"
    Title1=MyApp1
    StartIn1=$(AppPath)\myPath1
    Icon2="myApp2.exe"
    Title2=MyApp2
    StartIn2=$(AppPath)\myPath2

    Thanks in advance

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    Re: The Icon Groups section on Setup.Lst

    So you are installing your exes in a sub folder of the installation path?
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    Re: The Icon Groups section on Setup.Lst

    yes, you are right. I need to install more than one exe

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    Re: The Icon Groups section on Setup.Lst

    You can install more than one exe in the app path, is there a reason why you are trying to install them in seperate sub folders and not in the installation path?
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    Re: The Icon Groups section on Setup.Lst

    They have sub folder with same folder name but include different files. So I can not install exes
    in a sub folder of the installation path?

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    Re: The Icon Groups section on Setup.Lst

    rename them
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    Re: The Icon Groups section on Setup.Lst

    If the files have different filenames then there is no reason I can see as to why they could not be in the same folder(s). As for can it be done I am sure it can just never tried it. The source code for the setup generator is included so it is possibel to modify it in many different ways.

    For example I have modified mine to read additional values from an ini file and in some cases the installer will prompt the user asking if they want to place a shortcut on the desktop and/or it they want it added to the startup menu.
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