Sorry, forgot to cover the VLC Libraries -- the Libraries installer should be simple in practice, in that it only runs if an install or update is required, and it will manage versions itself -- for example, if won't install an earlier version that the one which is currently installed. All my payware installers manage the Libraries installer themselves, so no external version-finding is required. Much of the confusion, I think, comes from the fact that the Libraries used to be part of VLC, so I have thought that the install process should be more transparent now that VLC no longer exists.
cowpatz wrote:This issue has come to a head and I'm sure will be fixed sooner rather than later.
toprob wrote:Yeah, don't get started on that! One thing I've liked about Orbx Central (back when it was FTX Central) was the way it handled priority. I'd just point out to my users that they'd need to set the FTX priority first, and then once set, it shouldn't be a problem. I was quite surprised the first time I discovered that they now edit ALL add-on.xml scenery files to set a priority. Ok, I know I change their files willy-nilly, but a heads-up would have been nice. Funnily enough, putting my add-on.xml files back the way they were doesn't upset anything, I suspect because I've set the FTX priority correctly.
cowpatz wrote:Whjat about using Lorby's add on manager to move them to the top?
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