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Graeme
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Unfortunatly I cannot install Munti edit locally – Licensing is for 25 network users :wink:

They are 3Ghz P4 processors.

The server does have its moments of being slow when loading.

If you can let me know how to install MEW locally then I will try this out.

Cheers,

Graeme

p.s. What compiler / development enviroments do you have? I might be able to convert the test app to one of these to work on your machine.

I have made a final try with the test application by running it through the installshield dependancy checker and building an install of what it recommended. I have included the 3 files (vcl60.bpl, rtl60.bpl and syncor11.dll) that it believes are needed in the root – the MSI installer also has the microsoft c runtime and ole redistributables built in as well at the dll’s.

You can installl it wherever.

Sorry about the number of posts required – talk about bloating a simple app!
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