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Project symbol

Project symbol

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I am programming in Borlands C++ 4.52.  I would like to know if there is a way to change the symbol that on the left corner of a compiled project (looks like a blue square, yellow cirlce, and red triangle inside a small "window").  I know this is trivial, just curious.

I appreciate any help you can give.

Thanks,



Chris

RE: Project symbol

I don't use version 4.52, but typically this is defined in the projects resource file as the icon. With a resource editor, assuming the Window is compiled as a resource, you simply change the icon for the window to what you want. Whatever way it is done, the keyword to search for here is icon.


Kim_Christensen@telus.net
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RE: Project symbol


With Ressource Workshop you even can create your own Icons and include it in your Project.
You even can include more than one Icon and Select it from the Windows desktop.

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hasso55@yahoo.com

RE: Project symbol

(OP)
I have looked in the project options, enviroment options, TFrameWindow, TDevice something, and through the help files.
I have not been able to find where I can change the icon.  I did find the icon in the directory, when I changed it's name it had no affect.  

Could you be a little more specific on how to change the icon or where to find the information to do so.  I have not even been able to find where it calls the icon (in the program itself or the options.)

Thanks

RE: Project symbol

In the directory where your files for the project are stored, you'll find one with the RC extension. It is in this file that the programs' icon is defined. You can edit the file with a text editor if you're experienced and patient enough, but it is much easier to use the resource editor (It's named workshop.exe in my version but yours may be different)


Kim_Christensen@telus.net
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RE: Project symbol

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