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The development environment has clearly subdivided project sections and pages, plus extensive help and toolbars.
The project pages use a step-by-step approach to define your installer, but also allows you to access each page individually.
- Project overview
- Installer dialog editor
- Action sequences editor
- Languages and localization
- Component-based installation
- Preflight checking
Using the built-in dialog editor, you can completely redefine any and all dialogs in the installation wizard, add any dialogs that you need, or even remove all of them completely.
You have complete control over the installer's actions, even to the point that it's not an installer at all, but, for example, a CD-ROM AutoRun menu application.
Virtually any piece of text that is visible to the user can be localized, including, but not limited to: dialogs, messages, file and folder names, shortcut titles, and registry data.
You can build a single installer that includes all languages, or separate installers for each language from a single project.
19 languages included: Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese (Brazil), Russian, Serbian, Spanish, Swedish.
You can add your own translations
with the built-in localization editors.
Components are pieces of functionality that the user can select for installation in a tree-like structure, defined by the developer as groups of installation items that must be installed or removed together.
More than 500 different preflight checks spot potential problems before you deploy your installation.