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Click Once is a powerful and easy-to-use deployment technology that offers a relatively hassle-free experience for the end user when properly configured.
If you use Click Once as it was intended, it’s remarkably effective.
Knowing that most of you reading this article probably don’t use stuff “as intended” I’d like to offer you the benefit of my experience:1.
Keep this between us, but you actually can install a new font. In order to do this, you have to make your new font a pre-requisite of the Click Once app you are installing, and create a bootstrapper for it.
You can do this by creating a setup project in Visual Studio that only adds your font, and then run the Bootstrapper Manifest Generator found in the MSDN Code Gallery, here:
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Williams is a Senior Developer for Fluor Government Group, a nine-year multiple Microsoft MVP awardee (VB, XNA/Direct X, Windows Phone) and the author of Professional Windows Phone Game Development.
Once you have created this, you can drop it in the bootstrappers folder.
Which, depending on whether you are running VS2005 or VS2008, respectively, looks like one of these: After you add the bootstrapper, select it as a requirement in your project on the Publish tab.2.
In this course, we explore the capabilities of Click Once, with demos showing all its configurations settings, the deployment API, the bootstrapper for installing prerequisites, and how to handle signing and security.