I've just made an installer where the user is supposed to use a droplist and choose the install language. My installer will then put some files in a language specific folder according to what the user chose.
All of this works on XP, but I still have received a complaint from a 'client', and it turned out the droplist doesn't show correctly on his Win2K system. According to him, only the first(and default) item shows up, then there's a one pixel tall element below it if he clicks the down arrow of the droplist.
Of course, while I made the installer, I read here and there, and was aware that this could happen if the 'bottom' value wasn't set correctly.
So I followed instructions, according to the IO manual; I have six items in the list, and it said to multiply the number of items with 8, then add 20. So I did, and ended up with 68, so I rounded upwards and put 70 in my .ini file. Although stated to be a "rough guide", I thought this would fix it.
So the code in my .ini looks like this:
So what have I done wrong here to make it not work on Win2K?
Should I simply put a larger number for the 'bottom' value?
Thanks in advance.