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[How To] Create Your Own Add-ons / zcworld video


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quick question.

in your tutorial you say in step

4: Rename the ini file to match the name of you add-on, for example ENTRIES_UTORRENT.ini

now i made the switchless installer just fine but when i got to this step you lost me.

where is the .ini file coming from?

you say nothing about an .ini in any tutorail and then in step 4 out of no where im suppose to edit a file .ini from who knows where.

please elaberate

thank you

nice tutorial anyway

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I have made my first addon with firefox. I just copied most of the ini file from another firefox addon. i just wanted to make a dansih version. but when you show the following:

[general]

builddate=11/21/2005

description=product description here

language=English

title=Program Name

version=1.0

website=http://www.programwebsite.com/

[EditFile]

I386\SVCPACK.INF,SetupHotfixesToRun,AddProgram

[AddProgram]

PROGRAM.EXE

the ini file i copied from had -ms added after PROGRAM.exe:

[AddProgram]

Firefox2.exe -ms

what does -ms stand and is there a list of all those commands??

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Please Help!

I did buy a program. And i have a serial nummer of it

When i make a Addons of my program i must activate it again.

My question is is it posible to include my identity so i don't have to activate it every time agian when i reinstal my windows ??

I hope that i gived enouh information.

(sorry for my bad english)

my email adres is careliyim2@gmail.com

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I did buy a program. And i have a serial nummer of it

When i make a Addons of my program i must activate it again.

My question is is it posible to include my identity so i don't have to activate it every time agian when i reinstal my windows ??

It depends on where the registration information is stored. Some installers allow you to supply the registration information via parameters passed to the installer. If the registration information is stored in the Registry, you could export the corresponding keys and import them during installation. Other applications store their registration information in a file. You could simply have your silent installer copy over this file to the correct folder to register the application. But which application are you on about exactly? It would be easier to be of service if you would create a new topic in which you let us know which application is the culprit. If the English language is problematic for you, you can always send me a personal message in Dutch. Hope this helps.

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