With a new FileStorm Installer selected in the project window, showing the
Property Inspector will bring up a window like the one below.
||Specifies the icon displayed for the installer. The default is
a FileStorm icon, which you may replace with one of your own. The required
image format is ICNS. Tools for creating ICNS files include Apple's
IconComposer, Resorcerer and various Adobe Photoshop plug-ins.
||Specifies the background picture for the
||Specifies the minimum Mac OS X version that the installer
|Make Next button default
||When checked, the button that advances to
the next step in the installation will be the default. For example, focus will
be on the Continue button when applicable. If you check this option, the user
will be able to advance to the next step in the installation by clicking
|Allow User To Select Install Volume
||When checked, the installer will display all volumes found and
allow the user to select one for the install. Non-bootable volumes will be
available for selection unless you check Require Bootable Volume as described
below. NOTE: When using this option, it is good practice to
install items to the %INSTALL_VOLUME%. See the Install Item
page of this documentation for more information.
|Require Bootable Volume
||When checked, makes non-bootable volumes
unavailable for selection as the install volume.
|Requires Admin Privileges To Run
||Sets the installer to run only when the user is logged in with
Admin privileges. Note that if Requires Authentication Password is also
checked, the Admin user will still need to enter a password to run the
|Requires Authentication Password
||Sets the installer to require entry of an
||Creates an uninstaller to simplify that task for users. You
may want to use an installer action - such as Display Graphic or Display Read
Me - to let users know the name and location of the uninstaller. See the
Installer Actions page of this documentation for more information.
||Specifies the install path and name for the
uninstaller. You should replace "New Uninstaller" with your own uninstaller
||Specifies the icon displayed for the
uninstaller. The required image format is ICNS. Tools for creating ICNS files
include Apple's IconComposer, Resorcerer and various Adobe Photoshop