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Installing onto different drive D: drive issues


Jason Thompson
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When I built the installer for vPilot, I decided to follow the same approach that Google Chrome takes. It installs in your user account's application data folder so that you can install it even without administrator rights on the system. Since the installed files are so small, 3.9MB, I figured it is not necessary to be able to install it on a separate drive. (If you don't have a few megs free in your user account's appdata folder, you've got bigger problems.)

 

If you really want to have the files somewhere else, feel free to move them. They'll run from anywhere, as long as they are kept together. (Including the sounds folder.)

 

For version 2, I'll probably have an "advanced" button on the installer that lets you override the install location.

Developer: vPilot, VRC, vSTARS, vERAM, VAT-Spy

Senior Controller, Boston Virtual ARTCC

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