I wonder if there could be more install options, such as whether the program creates start menu or other shortcuts.
Hmm - just to add to this, I don’t remember if the installer had an option to make it accessible to all users, or just the current one logged in. Heck, I can’t remember much about the installer, anymore. But yeah, these are definitely good things that you’ve mentioned.
Optional -don’t put icons to start meny
and auto silent self-update
v1.6 after choice profile and confirm it
i mast click on Batton “Cancel” ???
if confirm OK just Run pulse…
add -when install new version “auto Close runing WhatPulse”
- Don’t make four posts in a row, edit the same one.
- The login window has had its button system changed for 1.6.2.
- There won’t be an update feature until 2.0 and it will definitely not be auto/silent.
- I don’t understand “add -when install new version “auto Close runing WhatPulse””…
can’t install v1.6 when v1.5 is running
Well duh, it has to delete the WhatPulse.exe file and copy the new one in…
I think Kodak may have been referring to a possible check to see whether Whatpulse is already running upon another install.
This happened with me today as I stupidly forgot to close 1.5 when upgrading, didn’t cause any mayhem but a check would be a nice addition.
Well that’s down to the installer, which I don’t control. I doubt the installer has the capability to check if WP is running, though, since I’m sure it would have otherwise been added.
I may be wrong, I’ll talk to wasted about it.
Nice idea, and could make the installation a little more user friendly, but this isn’t completely required. Shortcuts can easily be made and removed by the user by right clicking and dragging then clicking “Create Shortcut Here”
[quote=bobL]Well that’s down to the installer, which I don’t control. I doubt the installer has the capability to check if WP is running, though, since I’m sure it would have otherwise been added.
I may be wrong, I’ll talk to wasted about it.[/quote]
I know the capacity exists to have this feature added, though I don’t know how much effort that’ll take. Adobe reader does this - it will sense the program open and won’t update until you’ve closed it.
No, I meant I doubt our installer can.
I know - I was merely suggesting