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\ (If you have anything you created that you want \ to keep, click No)" \ IDNO No Remove Label Configuration file If a file named "nsisconf.nsh" in the config directory exists, it will be included by default before any scripts (unless the /NOCONFIG command line parameter is used).

All variables are global and can be used in Sections or Functions.

Note that by default, variables are limited to 1024 characters.

To extend this limit, build NSIS with a bigger value of the NSIS_MAX_STRLEN build setting or use the special build. Allowed characters for variables names: [a-z][A-Z][0-9] and '_'.

Numbers For parameters that are treated as numbers, use decimal (the number) or hexadecimal (with 0x prepended to it, i.e.

0x12345AB), or octal (numbers beginning with a 0 and no x).

Colors should be set in hexadecimal RGB format, like HTML but without the #.

Quotes only have the property of containing a parameter if they surround the rest of the parameter.

They can be either single quotes, double quotes, or the backward single quote.

You can escape quotes using $\: Message Box MB_OK "I'll be happy" ; this one puts a ' inside a string Message Box MB_OK 'And he said to me "Hi there!

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  1. \ (If you have anything you created that you want \ to keep, click No)" \ IDNO No Remove Label Configuration file If a file named "nsisconf.nsh" in the config directory exists, it will be included by default before any scripts (unless the /NOCONFIG command line parameter is used).

  2. The config directory on Windows is the same directory as is in.

  3. On other platforms this is set at install time and defaults to $PREFIX/etc/.

  4. You can alter this at runtime, see section 3.1.3 for more information.

  5. All variables are global and can be used in Sections or Functions.

  6. Note that by default, variables are limited to 1024 characters.

  7. To extend this limit, build NSIS with a bigger value of the NSIS_MAX_STRLEN build setting or use the special build. Allowed characters for variables names: [a-z][A-Z][0-9] and '_'.

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