Create a DLL dialog box in C++ for Setup Factory.

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Project Description

This project is for the creation of a custom "DLL" dialog box in C++ to be called in a Setup Factory installer.

If you are not familiar with Setup Factory, you may download a trial here: [url removed, login to view]

Here is documentation on how to build a custom DLL for Setup Factory:

- [url removed, login to view]

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- [url removed, login to view] (AutoPlay Media Studio relies on similar command lines as Setup Factory)

This is the function that would be used to call the DLL in Setup Factory: [url removed, login to view]


Dialog Box Details:

- User should be able to initiate the dialog box DLL through Setup Factory

- Dialog box will contain a title, "X" (close) button, message, checkboxes, and a "Continue" button

- The dialog box "message" should be retrieved from Setup Factory

- The number of checkboxes and checkbox messages should be retrieved from Setup Factory

^ ie. checkbox[1] = "Make XYZ product your homepage"

checkbox[2] = "Make XYZ product your new tab"

checkbox[3] = "Make XYZ product your default homepage"

> Since three checkboxes were specified within Setup Factory in the above example, the dialog box would container 3 checkboxes

- The "Continue" button text should be retrieved from Setup Factory

- By default, the "Continue" button will be disabled

- Only if all the checkboxes are checked will the Continue button be enabled and the user allowed to click

- Whether the user clicks the "X" button or the "Continue" button needs to be relayed to Setup Factory


This is a very simple project for anyone familiar with C++ and we expect you to bid as such.

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