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WizardGetSelectedTasks to find out which tasks are selected if that's what you mean. >What I want to achieve is an extra screen/dialog >appears with 'installing service', does the job and goes away again. OutputProgress can do that. See ScriptDlg.iss in your ISX\Sample dir for an exampla. >The same for uninstall. Sorry, but unfortunately the uninstaller doesn't support scripting (I mean [Code]). >Also, how do you change the order that icons appear in the start menu? >At the moment they appear to be random (I'd like readme at the top & >uninstall at the bottom... at the moment they're in the middle). Windows handles the sort order. New things are sorted alphabatically AFAIK. Note that it sorts things including the '.lnk' extension, so 'My Program' ends up below 'My Program Help' unless you use 'My Program ' to trick it. There is a registry key where Windows stores the sort order (I forgot the name) but there's no Windows API call to access/modify it. >Finally, how do you set paths? I can't find any functions that >automate it... Setting the user environment is probably easy enough >(forget about AUTOEXEC.BAT though I'm not even going to try to parse >that....) but w/o functions to slice the path into elements it's going >to be difficult to avoid adding the same directory twice. The path is stored under HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Environment. Support functions like Pos() can be used to scan it if you want too. AUTOEXEC.BAT should be to hard either, just use Load/SaveStringsFromFile and scan trough the string array. Greetings, Martijn Laan