This license regulates the use of the accompanying software. If you use the software, accept this license. If you do not accept the license, do not use the software. Optional text appears as a lateral text, so that properties surrounded by hooks such as [ProductName] are not dissolved. If you need to include property values in the optional text, you need to plan a custom action to define the property. For example: There are still some beautiful verticals, like a page of the license agreement: If you want to change the bitmaps or symbols, just do it in the binary directory. The front page bitmap (hereafter the dialog box.bmp) is a 503 x 314 pixel BMP, while the upper banner plane has 500 x 63 pixels. However, note that Windows Install can stretch or reduce these bitmaps if the type of system font and user view resolution settings require a scale of the entire interface. To avoid naughty scale artifacts, be sure to use appropriate bitmaps. Avoid thin lines that are supposed to be uniform in the cross-image image, never insert text into the bitmaps (the letters in the logos are OK, but the little text to read is not).
And most importantly, avoid agitation areas and checkered environments, which might seem very complicated when they are on scale. To get an idea, experiment with different scale factors in your image editor to make sure you turn off sophisticated algorithms like bikubic sampling. Windows uses only a simple stretch and shrinkage. For example, to replace descriptive text on welcomeDlg, add this to a WXL file in your project: Sometimes the mutual license is misinterpreted to also apply custom packages, packages and actions created with the WiX tool. The Outercurve Foundation has already provided this statement below to clarify what the .NET Foundation confirms: Look at the control with the “LicenseText” id and read the comments. We have the text source of the original license in “a (var. ProjectDir) ” (loc. LicenseRtf).” The Var. ProjectDir is the directory of the project file. That`s right! (loc. LicenseRtf) is where the magic and, finally, the known nuisance: the Next button remains disabled until the user has reported his consent to the license agreement. We`ve already used condition tags at the higher level (start-up conditions to determine if the full installation process should be run) or in feature tags (to disable the installation of different features under certain conditions).
This is their third use, in control tags. With their Action attribute, you can disable, enable, hide or display the control or reset it in the standard state if the condition in the tag is considered true: (E) If you distribute part of the software as a source code, you can only do so under this license by including a full copy of that license in your distribution. If you distribute part of the software under a compilation or object code, you can only do so under a license corresponding to that license. The WixUI dialogue library contains standard bitmaps for the context of the home and closing dialogues as well as the top banner of the other dialog boxes. You can replace these bitmaps with their own product brand purposes. To replace standard bitmaps, specify WiX variable values with the file names of your bitmaps, just like when replacing the default license text. (A) Mutual Grants – For every file you distribute containing software code (in source code or binary format), you must provide recipients with the source code of that file with a copy of that license that controls that file. You can concede other files that are entirely your own work and that do not contain software code under the conditions you choose. There is a well-known problem with rich text control, which is used to display the text of the license file, which can result in the text being displayed empty until the user scrolls down into the control.