margaret Posted February 18, 2009 Report Share Posted February 18, 2009 When distributing files to macro users, there is no way short of a silent install to have a different macro file loaded by default -- correct? The users will not need to use the Editor unless they decide to change the activation shortcuts, in other words, most of them won't need to use it, but I have to install it because if I don't, then those who want to change the keyboard shortcuts won't be able to. (These are individuals in different locations on their own computers, not on a network.) I'd like to keep them out of the editor to keep things as simple as possible. I tried creating a silent install but I think that would be inadvisable for these users, to whom a regular installation process will seem more familiar than the screen going blank during the silent install. But they'll have to use the Editor in order to load my MEX file, unless I have them not launch the program at installation end and then rename my MEX file to macex.mex. That doesn't seem like a good idea because it would make it harder for me to keep track of which version of my file they have (there are several versions for different situations that do the same thing in different programs). Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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