Contents 

Welcome
About
Contact and support
Readme
Introducing Graphical Installer
Overview
Features
File <project>.iss
File <project>.graphics.iss
Useful Functions, Procedures and Variables
Graphical Installer core files
Implementation of Inno Setup Compiler
GraphicalInstaller_functions.nsh
BitmapCutter.exe
BitmapCutterGUI.exe
Wizard.exe
How GraphicalInstallerUI works
MessageBox Designer
SetupProjectsConverter
Using Graphical Installer Wizard
Description of Graphical Installer Wizard's pages
Visual & Installer
Configuration of Graphical Installer Wizard (Visual & Installer)
Launching a Graphical Installer Wizard (Visual & Installer)
RAD & Installer
Configuration of Graphical Installer Wizard (RAD & Installer)
Launching a Graphical Installer Wizard (RAD & Installer)
Inno Script Studio
Configuration of Graphical Installer Wizard (Inno Script Studio)
Launching a Graphical Installer Wizard (Inno Script Studio)
Standalone application
Configuration of Graphical Installer Wizard (Standalone application)
Launching a Graphical Installer Wizard (Standalone application)
F.A.Q.
Changelog
Bugs

Graphical Installer for Inno Setup Online Help

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 Introducing Graphical Installer

Notice:
Concepts "Graphical Installer powered installer" and "Graphical Installer project" are often mentioned in this manual. These names represent the resulting installer which is based on Graphical Installer extension - the Installer which uses background skinning or other feature from Graphical Installer package.

This chapter will introduce you the basic principles of Graphical Installer. These first sections give you a total view of it:

The next sections describes two core files for each Graphical Installer powered installer called <project>.iss and <project>.graphics.iss and useful Functions, Procedures and Variables:

Please read this section carefully - a little experience with Inno Setup is necessarry to understand it because it contains many technical keywords.

Tip:
Script lines starting with semicolon (;) or slashes (//) are comments. Please read them - they contain a lot of useful information.

 

   
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