Reason for email: I just installed Freenet on a Windows machine. This wasn't an update, this was a fresh install. I told the Windows installer to not create "shortcuts", but it did. This is strange, because it hasn't done this before. I went through step-by-step, and when I got to the place where I could check "Do Not Create Shortcuts" I checked it. Yet, I get a Freenet icon on the desktop, a Freenet program group entry in the Start Menu, and a Freenet shortcut in the Startup folder. This was for 5090. When I updated to 5091 I told it again to not create shortcuts and, again, it did.
Outstanding Issues: On another note, whether or not Freenet starts up when Windows starts should be separate from whether or not to create shortcuts. They're logically different (especially for those who don't know how a user sets a program to startup automatically) and the choice has been separated in every other Windows installer I've ever seen, making it the expected behavior. On yet another note, can't we have a separate build updater? Separate from the installer, I mean. It doesn't make sense to answer where I want the installation to go on the filesystem, and whether or not to create shortcuts, when I'm updating an existing installation. update.bat? -todd _______________________________________________ Support mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://news.gmane.org/gmane.network.freenet.support Unsubscribe at http://dodo.freenetproject.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/support Or mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]