Setup Factory improves Right-to-left Support

New version adds support for Right-to-left text on the Setup screen.
July 09, 2014 - 9:35
Feature Release

Setup Factory offers developers a solution for creating flexible installation systems without learning a proprietary scripting language. It provides customization and advanced control features from within its visual design environment. You can even deploy your applications to Web servers. Setup Factory contains a scripting engine based upon the Lua programming language. It offers all the usual programming logic such as loops, functions and arrays. The included action wizard makes it easy, even for someone with zero programming knowledge, to click to add actions.

Updates in v9.3.1

  • Support for Right-to-left text on the Setup screen.
  • Fixed a bug where importing language files would not save it's location.
  • Fixed a bug where the 'All Future OSs' OS condition checkbox would fail to load it's saved state correctly.
  • Fixed a bug loading and saving OS conditions (file and system requirements).
  • Implemented resizing of the Operating System checkbox tree on the Requirements tab of Project Settings.
  • Changed the Windows Installer 4.5 dependency module's detection script so that it doesn't try to install on Windows 8 or later OS's.
  • Fixed a bug where the second optional argument of the 'Window.Close' action was mistakenly required at runtime.
  • Fixed a bug where projects would fail to load if they contained a GroupBox screen control.
  • Fixed a bug where Setup Factory 7, and 8 projects would fail to load.

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