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Allows the user to select the packs he wants to install. This p= anel also allows grouping of packs. Look at=C2=A0InstallationGroupPa= nel=C2=A0description to get more details= .
This is the same as for the PacksPanel, but a different picture can shown to the user=C2=A0for each pack. The pictures are specif= ied using the packImgId attribute for each pack in the installer XML. The i= nitial image will be the image of the first pack that has a packImgId. The = image is updated each time the user (de)selects a pack that has a packImgId= . Of course it's up to you to specify an image for each pack in your instal= lation with a unique packImgId. For instance if you have 2 packs=C2=A0core=C2=A0and=C2=A0documentatio= n=C2=A0(in this order), and you assign b= oth packs a packImgId that is identical to the pack's name then the resourc= e for=C2=A0core=C2=A0will be=C2= =A0coreand the resource for=C2=A0= documentation=C2=A0will be=C2=A0<= /span>documentation. The initially shown= image will be the resource=C2=A0core. The supported image formats depend on what your client's JVM supports= , but starting from J2SE 1.3,=C2=A0GIF,=C2=A0JPEG=C2=A0and=C2=A0PNG=C2= =A0are supported.------=_Part_41991_784930157.1371689939331--