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Thread began 2/21/2012 11:15 am by Christopher West | Last modified 2/22/2012 2:08 pm by Christopher West | 1041 views | 9 replies

Christopher WestCommunity Expert

another quicky question, for testing purposes I did a fresh formatted install of OS, drivers, software etc. and installed my WebAssist in a particular my question is, when I install the next extension in my list I will have a dialog box pop up stating "there is a newer version of the file..." do you want to replace of course I dont want to replace a newer file...however by not doing so im having to click on "No"...however there are like a massive amount of 'newer' files I dont want replacing so im having to click on 'No' so much that my mouse will end up wearing out faster then it should. It also works the other way, some WebAssist asks to replace 'older' files (but of course there is a 'Yes to all' button I can click on, except I know for a fact that some extensions have both older and newer files, so I cant just click 'yes to all'. the files being replaced are mainly image files, but equally there are a lot of javascript and htm files. So What is the best practice for doing a fresh install? Can I just click 'yes to all' even if its replacing with older files? (because clicking individually 'no' is just plain crazy.

here is the order of my files being installed:

DataAssist 2.10
Universal Email 4.01
eCart 5.03
Framework Builder 1.02
Form Toolkit 1.00
HTML Editor 3.02
Secruity Assist 2.04

Please could you give me advice the replacing of older files?


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