Hi,

I have built installer using Install Builder tool but facing few issues with Yes/No popup.

  1. Installation starts->Press Cancel button->"Do you want to abort installation?" Yes/No pop comes. Can I localise the button strings "Yes" and "No". I tried to change strings in custom language file(for eg. custom-ko.lng)but could,t succeed? Is there any way to localise the Yes/No buttons?

  2. Also Yes/No popup doesn't appear at the center of the tool, instead it appears on top of the tool.Is there any way we can adjust the popup so that it appears at center on top of the tool?

asked 12 Jun '13, 06:38

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This depends on operating system and installer mode. Which operating system and version is it as well as what is the flavor of InstallBuilder - Professional, Enterprise or Qt?

In many of the cases, the texts are taken from operating system - so if your operating system is English, those will always be in English - but will be shown correctly for users of their native versions of operating systems.

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answered 12 Jun '13, 08:07

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We are trying it on Mac OSx 10.7.4 with Evaluation version of Professional edition.

I changed my system OS language and tried, all other dialogs and buttons displayed in OS language but only buttons "Yes" and "No" displayed in English. Please let us know how to localise these buttons?

(12 Jun '13, 08:34) sunil

Have you restarted the operating system after changing OS language? When setting a new language, Mac OS X requires a restart to properly initialize some of the subsystems.

It worked properly after setting the OS language and restarting - Mac OS X was showing everything in Spanish and both language selection and question dialog had its buttons in Spanish as well.

(20 Jun '13, 04:49) wojciechka ♦♦
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