> On Apr 16, 2018, at 8:16 AM, philippe.b...@highoctane.be
> <philippe.b...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I guess that it is what I installed and it works fine on my Win 10 system.
> Nice icon BTW.
> Now there is an issue with the mouse pointer in the launcher and all pther
> images (so maybe a VM problem).
> The cursor is all black and tiny and has no white surroundings. In a dark
> theme the cursor is close to invisible.
> Also the cursor is not obeying the magnification setting of Windows. It
> worked before.
> I guess that the cursor masks are not applied properly + other new stuff.
Is the manifest (Pharo.exe.manifest ?) being installed?
> That is ruining the whole Pharo experience for me (and I guess newcomers).
>> On Mon, Apr 16, 2018, 16:14 Christophe Demarey <christophe.dema...@inria.fr>
>> Regarding the various problems Pharo Launchers had on Windows, we worked on
>> a new installer based on Advanced Installer  to avoid UAC (User Account
>> Control) and write permissions problems. This new installer now installs
>> Pharo Launcher in the user’s local app data folder (where for sure, he has
>> write permissions). Pharo Launcher also now have its own icon and use its
>> own name instead of Pharo. Also, the uninstaller now works as expected. Last
>> but not least, the installer is now signed to avoid warning of Windows
>> Thanks to Ben Coman who did the first version of the packaging using
>> Advanced Installer (was NSIS).
>> This version should also improve the launch of Pharo images on Windows.
>> So, please could you install and test this new version: and report any
>> problem with it? http://files.pharo.org/pharo-launcher/win-alpha/
>> We do not have windows users around so it’s hard to know if it works outside
>> our tests boxes.
>>  https://www.advancedinstaller.com/