No, Derek, I never said you can't use wasd in your game. I did say you use wasd to move in WoW. You're twisting my comments to fit what you think I wrote, not what was actually written.
Yes, you're right I apologize for not being clear.
The point - to your point - that I was making is that, you indicated that you would WSAD in WoW. That was infering that you couldn't in my game and that since you could do that in WoW, that means the UI works.
I begged to differ, hence the reason I even engaged you (and The Raven) in that particular UI related discussion.
Other than at the top of the script where the desired path is set to InstallDir that variable name isn't used anywhere in the script. $INSTDIR is used as the preface to all of your install and unisntall paths. I'm not saying that's incorrect, just odd. It's been about two years since I've used NSIS with any regularity so my functional knowledge of it is quite rusty.
You might want to check the macro that defines the MUI_PAGE_DIRECTORY to see if the edit text box on that dialog is being set to InstallDir when that dialog opens and then storing it's result in the other INSTDIR variable when that dialog closes.
Checked. Looks fine.
Those macros you mention are un-used and harmless.
When I uploaded the script, I uninstalled the game, check the registry for any entries related to it (there were none). Then I re-installed it (it prompted for the correct path) again.
You know, this could be an NSIS bug.This comment was edited on Jan 2, 18:07.
Game developers are just human beings who happen to make games for a living. If you want to hold us up to higher standards of conduct, then go ahead
...but don't be surprised if we don't uphold them