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KACE Product Support Question


A Good Start

09/23/2008 3960 views
Thats one nice little application,

one thing that i would like to see though, i would like to be able to full screen the window so when i am looking at what the application has captured i dont have the scroll around in a tiny little box,

and for some strange reason it hasnt spat me out a cab file that its referanced in its finished MSI.....

Ryan
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Thank you for the feedback!

The include/exclude list in particular needs a lot of work and is definitely a pain to work with as is-- I'll see if getting resizing into the next release is possible.

The cab file should be created and then injected into the MSI so you have only one file to deal with (the MSI).
Answered 09/23/2008 by: bkelly
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Yes, resizable windows is definitely a good idea, as well as the ability to maximize the window.

But, for a user with some experience with big, commercial packaging tools, this tiny little thingy is an excellent start! Keep up the good work.
Answered 11/15/2008 by: anonymous_18835
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Resize/Maximize didn't make it into 1.0 here, but thanks for the kind words. The application window was made a bit bigger to ease its use until this capability is worked in.

Thanks!
Bob
Answered 11/18/2008 by: bkelly
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