Work in Progress - Installer Issues

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DanCooper Offline
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OK, this is my first InstallerScript with Nullsoft Installer... Please Do not smash me! Big Grin

Please report all issues with installer.

Please do not use the programs folder, unless you know how to fixt the access rights.
(This post was last modified: 2014-05-07 17:11 by DanCooper.)
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Works now... i hope Big Grin
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Post: #3
Can´t seem to download...
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(2014-04-04 01:26)ricarva Wrote:  Can´t seem to download...

Fixed Angel
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Everything went as expected!

Installed to
Code:
D:\Ember Media Manager BETA

Tried 1.4.0.0 as well for some movies and tv shows I had on an external drive.

All good also! Tongue

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From a Windows 7 64bits...

Installation
Looks fine with option "Additional Languages"
-> Possible to add a language selector ?

Uninstallation
Looks fine too (including on the "Start Menu")
-> I like the option to keep "settings" and "temp" folders ;o)

Will you...
  • Make a 64bits version of the installer ?
  • A "Program Files" compatible installation ? -> Honestly, not really needed but...
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(2014-04-06 05:20)MoBO Wrote:  From a Windows 7 64bits...

Installation
Looks fine with option "Additional Languages"
-> Possible to add a language selector ?
I will do that. Maybe not in the next release, but surely someday.

(2014-04-06 05:20)MoBO Wrote:  Uninstallation
Looks fine too (including on the "Start Menu")
-> I like the option to keep "settings" and "temp" folders ;o)
The shortcut is already created. Unfortunately, sometimes the shortcut is removed when you exit the installer. I still do not know why.

(2014-04-06 05:20)MoBO Wrote:  Will you...
  • Make a 64bits version of the installer ?
  • A "Program Files" compatible installation ? -> Honestly, not really needed but...
Yes, next release will have an x86 and x64 installer.

We need some adjust so that we can use folders to programs. But it will come.
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This is an exe. Is it safe to say it is only for Windows and won't work with OpenElec?

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(2014-04-09 23:55)patseguin Wrote:  This is an exe. Is it safe to say it is only for Windows and won't work with OpenElec?

Ember is a media manager for Windows, not a XBMC plugin.
But you can prepare all your movies and tv shows with Ember for any XBMC systems.
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Post: #10
Unsticked, no bad feedback :-)
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