Sunday, 18 September 2011

Wix: How to hide the License Agreement dialog in Mondo UI

We are using the WixUI_Mondo in our setup so that we could allow the users to select/de-select features. However the app is installed on intranets so we did not want to show the License Agreement dialog box. A few pp. suggested downloading the Wix source code and manually changing the part which shows up the LA dialog box.

I found out that we could also, change the click event action of Next and Back button controls using Publish tag.

So we changed the Next button click event action of the ‘Welcome dialog’ (WelcomeDlg) to show directly the second dialog box. For .e.g:

<Publish Dialog="WelcomeDlg" Control="Next" Event="NewDialog" Value="ConnectionPortsDlg"  Order="3">1</Publish>

And of course also the Back button event action to display the ‘Welcome dialog’.

The full <UI> tag code:
<UI Id='MyAppWix_UIMondo'>
	<UIRef Id="WixUI_Mondo" />
	<UIRef Id="WixUI_ErrorProgressText" />
	<DialogRef Id="ConnectionPortsDlg" />
	<DialogRef Id="FileModeMSMQInfoDlg" />
	<Publish Dialog="WelcomeDlg" Control="Next" Event="NewDialog" Value="ConnectionPortsDlg"  Order="3">1</Publish>
	<Publish Dialog="SetupTypeDlg" Control="Back" Event="NewDialog" Value="DBConfigurationDlg">1</Publish>

If you are not using custom dialogs, here is the string:

<UI Id='Mondo'>
     <UIRef Id="WixUI_Mondo" />
     <UIRef Id="WixUI_ErrorProgressText" />
     <Publish Dialog="WelcomeDlg" Control="Next" Event="NewDialog" Value="SetupTypeDlg" Order="3">1</Publish>
     <Publish Dialog="SetupTypeDlg" Control="Back" Event="NewDialog" Value="WelcomeDlg" Order="3">1</Publish>		

Happy Wix coding!

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