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    VB6 Application Setup

    For years I have been installing applications which say something like -

    "There is a newer version of this control installed - Keep ? YES NO

    It occurred to me that there must be a setting in the install script which defaults a YES everytime this situation arises (without having to keep clicking YES)

    Am I right ? (Or is there no way around this message)

    Thanks

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    Re: VB6 Application Setup

    Never looked into it but the source for the setup is included with VB so it is possible to modify it to suit your needs. I have modifed the sections that read the ini file and create shortcuts but that is about as far as I have gone with it.

    Assuming you installed in the default location the source code would be located at
    C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio\VB98\Wizards\PDWizard\Setup1
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    Re: VB6 Application Setup

    I always used InnoScrip and InnoSetup. A member over at VBF used to give i away (for donation) unitl he wrote it in .Net, and made it 1000% faster. Now, it's a few bucks. http://www.randem.com/randemsystems.html
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