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cubs4vr

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  1. Faaip565, Thanx for the fix, worked great! It did however cause a dependency issue with the category check boxes. When an app is already installed there is no check box for the app. When you click on the category check box the rest of the apps become checked but the category check box reamins unchecked and goes into an excluded state (cannot be checked). To remedy, this I changed the following code in the check.js, checkCategory(thisChk) function on line #602... From this if (state && allChked) setChecked(thisCat); To This if (state) setChecked(thisCat); Category problem solved! I also didn't like the reverse dependency which puts a check in the category check box if a child app is selected. I changed the following code in the check.js, checkCategory(thisChk) function on line #580... From this... else //If program checkbox was checked { if (!prog[thisChk]) return; //Ensure checkbox exists thisCat = cat[thisChk].toString(); } To this... else //If program checkbox was checked { if (!prog[thisChk]) return; //Ensure checkbox exists thisCat = false; } Thanx again!!
  2. All, I recently upgraded to the latest version. In my older version the check box would not show up if the gCond was met. In the latest version if the gray condition is met only the text is grayed and the check box still appears. How do I hide the check box if gCond is true? Thanx, Tom
  3. zorphong, You're right, after thinking it through! I still have a problem. I have the same app in 3 different categories. If the user selects all three and clicks "begin install" it will try to install 3 times. How do I overcome? Thanx in advance.
  4. Hi all, Here's the problem. I setup app "A" to be dependent on app "B". Whenever App "B" is selected as an exclusion to another app, app "A" is also excluded even though app "A" has no exclusions. Is this a known bug? Any help would be great. BTW: This is why I made the earlier post and really do not want to use exclusions. It appears to have problems. Thanx in advance.
  5. Hi all, History: I have over 200 apps in 7 categories with over 5000 users. I took this GUI program over about 2 weeks ago. I'm still a newbie. I have the same app in three different categories. I've played with excludes and really don't like them. I find it best to assume the user has a third grade education level. If I use the excl[] method, and the user clicks on the app in category A he/she may not understand why they cannot click the check box for the same app under category B or C (Why they would try to install the same app twice is a mystery to me but I can gurantee somebody will try it!). My preferred method would be to allow them to click on or select all three and once the install begins the app is installed only once and the code will ignore the second 2 requests. Any advice would be appreciated. cubs4vr


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