If searching takes longer than you expect on a script creation... (The program may seem to be hung), you can change the primary search paths that InnoScript takes in its search for source files. If files are not found, just add the folder to the Search Folder selection and it will be found the next time you attempt a script creation. You can also eliminate any folders that you do not want InnoScript to search when looking for files. Select the Exclude Folder selection then add the folders to the list of folders that you do not want searched. Note: No sub-folders under that folder will not be searched either.
The Path Refresh button will get the computers current path then add the folders to the Search Folders selection. UNC path names can be added automatically to the .iss output file by just depressing the UNC button in the toolbar. If you do not want UNC path names, leave it un-depressed. After searching for the files that belong to the script, InnoScript will add to the Search Folders selection the folders where files were actually found. This will speed up searching on the next script creation. This is because the program searches the folders in the Search Folders selection first when attempting to find files.
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