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I'm nearing the finish line with a working package...
I have include a very simple script that just checks if a file exists. I have specified in the distribution requirements "Result of Script"
(Theoretically, I should be able to do it by setting a distribution requirement "File Exists on System", but that isn't working. It seems that it is able to produce a warning message when a file *doesn't* exist, but not when a file *does* exist which is what I want to do. Setting the Pass if... to True/False doesn't make a difference, and actually doesn't seem to change the distribution script. Actually, I edited the distribution script, but it still didn't work. So assuming I edited it right, maybe there is a problem with the actual Installer program.)
But in any case, my question is simply that when I open my package, Installer gives me the message:
"This package contains a program that determines if the software can be installed. Are you sure you want to continue?"
Is there a way to prevent this message from happening?
If there isn't, not a big deal - I'm sure people are used to seeing this message. I just haven't seen it before, that's all.
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