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    thinBundle .exe NOT OK

    I'm attempting to bundle a very simple script without success.

    Win10 OS thinAir version 1.10.7.0

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    Quote Originally Posted by cembergersr View Post
    I'm attempting to bundle a very simple script without success.

    Win10 OS thinAir version 1.10.7.0

    See attached files
    Hi,

    This message can occur if a previous version of the bundled executable is still active (perhaps iconified)
    A the bundler cannot delete the previous .exe file.


    Check that.


    ............

    To designers ===-> A message indicating an existing undeletable file would be appreciated.


    DCo

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    try right-click your taskbar or hold CTRL+ALT an hit Delete-Key to open your task-manager.
    I think you saved it already...
    Close all running instances of thinAir / thinBundle

    create a shortcut -if you have none yet - to thinair, right click it , open properties, there maybe a button, Advanced/Extended, click there and select to run as administrator. Alternative you can also choose the compatibility-tab and set the
    "Run as Administrator" there - but that will cause thinAir always to Run as Admin while the other setting would apply to this link only.

    open the explorer where you saved your script/ where you want to save your bundle. Avoid any subfolders in c:\users\, desktop and "my documents" are located there- if you want to use the documents-folder its better to move it to another location - best to create a dedicated folder away from the system-partition for your thinbasic-scripts - even if your system is replaced completely - to re-install thinbasic on c: takes a few seconds but to replace the scripts you created might be impossible.

    However, open the command-prompt as administrator (you might copy your script-folders path onto the clipboard from explorer before)
    and take ownership of your folder including all subfolders

    for the underscore put the first char of the word "YES" in your language.
    between the quotes paste your thinbasic-scriptfolder

    takeown /r /d _ /f  "x:\yourPath\"
    
    So if your PC is running on EN-... put "Y" / no quotes, FR-... "O", oui , ES-/It- ... "S" si siempre, Tagalog "O" oo ,
    De- german "J" , Ja , Russian "Д" Дa

    if you had multiple instances of thinBundle runnung its adviseable to reboot before you try to bundle again.
    Make sure that in future you always have writing-permission and the folder does not show a square nor checkmark in the
    properties first tab where it says "ReadOnly"
    running thinBasic in HP Pavillon Desktop 590 a0xxx 8GB Ram AMD A6-9225 Radeon R4 5Compute Cores 2C+3G @2.6GHz

    OS: Windows 11 Enterprise x64 Build 22065 (21H2 pre-release)
    (says the systeminfo. anything else says it were Windows 10 - more or less insider - a lot of the system settings do not function - i could imagine it will not send feedback to microsoft since it always says i need a new app to open that feedback-hub-link. But hey: thinbasic runs well )

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReneMiner View Post
    try right-click your taskbar or hold CTRL+ALT an hit Delete-Key to open your task-manager.
    I think you saved it already...
    Close all running instances of thinAir / thinBundle

    create a shortcut -if you have none yet - to thinair, right click it , open properties, there maybe a button, Advanced/Extended, click there and select to run as administrator. Alternative you can also choose the compatibility-tab and set the
    "Run as Administrator" there - but that will cause thinAir always to Run as Admin while the other setting would apply to this link only.

    open the explorer where you saved your script/ where you want to save your bundle. Avoid any subfolders in c:\users\, desktop and "my documents" are located there- if you want to use the documents-folder its better to move it to another location - best to create a dedicated folder away from the system-partition for your thinbasic-scripts - even if your system is replaced completely - to re-install thinbasic on c: takes a few seconds but to replace the scripts you created might be impossible.

    However, open the command-prompt as administrator (you might copy your script-folders path onto the clipboard from explorer before)
    and take ownership of your folder including all subfolders

    for the underscore put the first char of the word "YES" in your language.
    between the quotes paste your thinbasic-scriptfolder

    takeown /r /d _ /f  "x:\yourPath\"
    
    So if your PC is running on EN-... put "Y" / no quotes, FR-... "O", oui , ES-/It- ... "S" si siempre, Tagalog "O" oo ,
    De- german "J" , Ja , Russian "Д" Дa

    if you had multiple instances of thinBundle runnung its adviseable to reboot before you try to bundle again.
    Make sure that in future you always have writing-permission and the folder does not show a square nor checkmark in the
    properties first tab where it says "ReadOnly"
    Run as administrator resolved the problem. Thanks

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