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Steam Trout

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  1. Actually not even Vista style. And those arrows are HUGE...
  2. The switch I posted works without the need to extract DX.
  3. DirectX8 is definitely not DirectX 9 with April updates :\ And since when did "directx.exe /Q /T:%temp%" stopped working ?
  4. I use the one which comes with Kudesnik's Vista Icon Pack v3. It also comes with the icons for Floppy and CD\DVD drives so I think it's kinda better. Apart from the fact that it's not sleapstreamable and is built-in into the whole pack of course.
  5. I personally use original awxTools installer with /VERYSILENT /SUPPRESSMSGBOXES /NORESTART options and a custom reg file to add more supported formats. What have you added in your installer to make it less "limited" (can't possibly think of anything else it should do :\) ?
  6. Will it be possible to include Vista's HDD fillup indicators ? (See screenshot to understand what I mean)
  7. No idea, but probably it is where you put command line parameters for the installer inside SFX archive. But it's a wild guess, mind you.
  8. S2 means it'll have extraction progress bar.
  9. Yeah, repacking lots of stuff could be a problem. Especially when you have locked archives... Anyway /s is like the only switch out there for SFX archives. Sorry
  10. You need an install script for that (it's written in Comments field of SFX package). Use WinRAR help or search the forums for the thread explaining the command. In short if you want it to install to %ProgramFiles%\MyCoolApp you need something like: Path=MyCoolApp Silent=1 Overwrite
  11. Well yeah, I know about AutoIt. Thanks for the suggestions.
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