Edit forms without PSF?

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Edit forms without PSF?

Post by hugoti »

Product, version and build: PowerShell Studio 2015, v4.2.98, [REMOVED]
32 or 64 bit version of product: 64 bit
Operating system: Windows 7
32 or 64 bit OS: 64 bit OS

Apologies if this has already been answered but couldn't find anything that matched or works. I've acquired a ps1 script from my predecessor. This ps1 file was generated using PowerShell Studio 2014 v4.1.58. I have been successful in making the ncessary chnages to the script. However I need to make changes to the GUI forms that it generated. I can see the original ps1 file has file recovery data in it, however I can still figure out how to access it to edit the form itself. If I open the ps1 file it will go straight into the editor. I don't have a copy of the psf or pff file. The online resource says that I can generate the form when I first open the ps1 after it senses it has been exported but it doesn;t appears to do that for me.

Can anyone advise how do I go about editing the GUI part of the script? Thanks.


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Re: Edit forms without PSF?

Post by davidc »

For your account security, please do not post your subscription number on the forums.

PowerShell Studio will prompt you to recreate the original file depending on your settings and if the recover data is present.

You can check your default settings in Options->Designer->Source Files:
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Please make sure the "Default action for source files" setting is set to "Ask".

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