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Date Posted: 17:26:51 09/06/00 Wed
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: Delphi weird startup dialog
In reply to: Barry 's message, "Delphi weird startup dialog" on 11:23:23 09/05/00 Tue

Hi Barry,

I'm very confused about where the second dialog is coming from. Envision does not store any registry settings at all. In versions 1.0X the design-time package had to be compiled with the trial units, hence the message when staring Delphi. But there is only one message box in one unit initialization. Try uninstalling some other packages until your second message disapears.

If you download the latest version, 1.1, the packages are precompiled, so you won't get the Envision message when starting Delphi.

Best regards,

> Hello,
> I installed the trial for the Envision Image Library
> in to Delphi 3 a month ago. Immediately after install,
> I noticed that two dialogs popped up when starting
> Delphi. The second dialog is the "This is a trial
> version of Envision" dialog. This is understandable.
> The first dialog displays the name of the project that
> will be automatically opened and an OK button. For ex:
> D:/Projs/TestApp.dpr
> OK
> I had never seen this before installing Envision. I
> uninstalled Envision via Win98 Add/Remove -- no more
> "Envison warning", but I still get the "Project OK"
> dialog.
> Where did this "Project OK" dialog come from and how
> do I get rid of it. I imagine some registry entry was
> set to display the "Envision warning" and was not
> reset during uninstall.
> Thanks,
> Barry.

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