Here`s a good connection with the code: www.howdoicode.net/2011/09/wix-how-to-hide-license-agreement.html The WixUI Dialogue Library contains standard bit cards for the background of the home and fence dialogues and the top banner of the other dialog boxes. You can replace these bitmaps with their own product brand purposes. To replace standard bitmaps, specify WiX variable values with the file names of your bitmaps, just like when replacing the default license text. When I go on a “basic RTF file” (like English) it will only take this, even in another language setup If I delete this line, it will display the empty code in Latin you can customize some visual aspects of the user interface by simply providing replacement files. You can create standard bitmaps, symbols and license texts, but you can create your own bitmaps, symbols and license text. You can also replace selected files, not all of them. Your paths are stored in variables that you can specify either in the command line or directly in the source code: I must say that the general approach of copying wix code and hacking it with a bit (“Change the user interface sequence of an integrated dialog box” (wixtoolset.org/documentation/manual/v3/wixui/wixui_customizations.html) is really doomed…. but hey There is a well-known problem with the rich text control, which is used to display the text of the license file, which can lead to displaying the empty text until the user scrolls down into the control. This is usually caused by complex RTF content (z.B the RTF generated when recording an RTF file in Microsoft Word). If you run this behavior in your configuration user interface, one of the following bypasses is corrected in most cases: To remove z.B the LicenseAgreementDlg from the dialog box WixUI_InstallDir, you would do the following thing: I recently came across a Wix project that mimics the Wix XML files, but allows you to code the set in C.
You can find this project on wixsharp.codeplex.com. At first, I had the same problem with a license file with the “Terms and Conditions” that must be accepted before the user can install the software. As the solution was not such that the “general conditions” had to be accepted, I had to find a way to suppress that dialogue. I found another option – stackoverflow.com/questions/597025/how-to-build-a-minimal-wix-installer-ui-without-a-license-page But is not able to integrate into your model [WixSetup]. Can you help me? stackoverflow.com/questions/16978501/how-to-create-a-bootstrapper-application-without-a-license-agreement-step This simplification of the XML (www.howdoicode.net/2011/09/wix-how-to-hide-license-agreement.html) mentioned above worked for me; This effectively skips the license, rather than in a custom PS-you should remove the bootstrapper project from the project folder if you don`t want it to speed up your builds. IsWiX also has an “IsWiX solution” model that doesn`t contain a boot trapper project if you want to create more solutions in the future that create only one MSI. I use Wix 3.6 to create a simple MSI that is used internally. I would like to know if there is a simple way to remove the dialogue on licensing agreements. The Continue button in the home dialog box in the installation dialog box (or the dialog box after the license dialog box) and the back in the installation dialog button – remove the license dialog box.