Use previous install options when upgrading

Marcus Lindblom Sonestedt avatarMarcus Lindblom Sonestedt created an issue

It's slightly annoying to have to select 32-bit shell extension every time. (Useful when running 32-bit programs, of which many are...)

So, either have it be the default (to help only me >-) ) or have the installer remember the last settings when upgrading to a new version (to make everyone happy).

(P.S. Thanks for all the immense work on THg!)

Comments (2)

  1. Steve Borho

    If anyone is interested in working on this, it should just be a matter of saving the selection in a registry key, and then using it as the default on upgrade.

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