Okay, I agree with your scrolling thing. I hate it too.
Our licence is very long due to the legal departments requirements. In fact we have two EULAs for hardware and software needs.
I thought a third EULA would be out of the question.
This is a warning message, more a legal disclaimer that pretty much doesnt hold us responsible if an enduser uses a new feature irresponsibly and it causes harm to humans and/or property kind of thing.
The department wanted a warning message that the user had to read, but the check mark he wanted that stated, "I have read the above and agree to its terms..."
Is there a way to say build this kind of dialogue in C++, compile it as a dll?
The warning note is fairly wordy (163 words total) but I am thinking of genericising it so i can pass the text as a string and have the rest of hte behaviour.
Something like this: