Automatic Update of True Launch Bar
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iam1ru12
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04-03-2007, 05:10 AM -
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I wish I could set True Launch Bar to automatically update its components to their latest available final versions. This feature should be user-determined; that is, the user can decide not to automatically update.
...:::My System Info:::...
Windows Version: Windows XP Professional
Service Pack 3
Build 2600
Shell Version:6.0.2900.6018
Internet Explorer Version: 8.0.6001.18702
TLB version: 5.0 32-bit
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"Those parts of the system that you can hit with a hammer (not advised) are called hardware; those program instructions that you can only curse at are called software." - Author Unknown
ozxar
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04-03-2007, 06:02 AM -
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You can do this yourself Smile

1. Open up the Components Manager by either
1.a. Right click on your TLB bar and selecting TLB Settings... >> General Options >> Check for updates...
1.b. Go to the root folder of TLB and run tlbupd.exe
Click on Favourites
2. Here select which items you want to be updated automatically by clicking on the text under the Actions columns and set them to Install Latest Version
3. Create a new Scheduled Task (Control Panel >> Scheduled Tasks)
4. Select the Components Manager from the list. Click next.
5. Set the timeframe you wish to use for updating TLB. Click Next.
6. Again set the various options to your liking. Click Next.
7. Enter your user password. Click Next
8. Check the Open advanced properties for this task when I click finish Click Finish
9. Under the Run field add /S to the end of the text shown Click OK

The component manager will now run in silent mode when you wanted it to.
It will only ask you to install the actual TLB program all the rest should install automatically if they do not require a restart.
iam1ru12
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04-03-2007, 06:18 AM -
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ozxar Wrote:...
2. Here select which items you want to be updated automatically by clicking on the text under the Actions columns and set them to Install Latest Version
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What's the difference between Install stable version and Install latest version?

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3. Create a new Scheduled Task (Control Panel >> Scheduled Tasks)
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Uh-oh.... Now I have to let Schedule Task Agent run at startup...
...:::My System Info:::...
Windows Version: Windows XP Professional
Service Pack 3
Build 2600
Shell Version:6.0.2900.6018
Internet Explorer Version: 8.0.6001.18702
TLB version: 5.0 32-bit
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"Those parts of the system that you can hit with a hammer (not advised) are called hardware; those program instructions that you can only curse at are called software." - Author Unknown
Yuri Kobets
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04-03-2007, 08:00 AM -
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Quote:What's the difference between Install stable version and Install latest version?
latest version includes the beta versions too.
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