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How can i use own button icons in toolbar in SC6.2

How can i use own button icons in toolbar in SC6.2

How can i use own button icons in toolbar in SC6.2

(OP)
Hi all,
who has an idea for the following question: How can i use own button icons in toolbar in SC6.2. Some words ("Add", "Back", etc.) are connected to the icons. When i use my own button names there will be no icon in the toolbar. How can i fix this? Thanks a lot for your reply.

RE: How can i use own button icons in toolbar in SC6.2

It pulls those from the bitmaps directory on the client with a t prefix.  eg, tadd is the add button.  You can add your own, but you'd have to put them on every client, not just the server.

RE: How can i use own button icons in toolbar in SC6.2

(OP)
Great....thanks. And is it possible to change the words too? Eg. i want to use "NewEmail" for "Email" but with the same icon.

RE: How can i use own button icons in toolbar in SC6.2

in that case, you'd have to copy temail to tnewemail

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