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Seems a trivial question, but how to compile a script without any icon at all? Tried to remove it with Reshacker, but it just corrupts the exe.

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kaotkbliss

Why not create an icon that is all transparent and use that when compiling?


010101000110100001101001011100110010000001101001011100110010000

001101101011110010010000001110011011010010110011100100001

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bo8ster

Not sure you can. Why is this required?


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kaotkbliss

Well, you can with easy icon maker. However, I'm not sure if it's windows 7 or not but it shows up as a black square even though it's transparent.


010101000110100001101001011100110010000001101001011100110010000

001101101011110010010000001110011011010010110011100100001

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StandardUser

@kaotkbliss, thanks a lot, I thought about this, but as you said, it still shows a black rectangle and it still would be better to do it "technically". Just for aesthetic reasons, I'm doing some kind of project, which uses one main exe and a big bunch of auxiliary ones. Any other ideas, please? :blink:

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DarkAngel

@kaotkbliss, thanks a lot, I thought about this, but as you said, it still shows a black rectangle and it still would be better to do it "technically". Just for aesthetic reasons, I'm doing some kind of project, which uses one main exe and a big bunch of auxiliary ones. Any other ideas, please? :blink:

look inside shell32.dll . Windows by default offers 3 blank icons. just browse through all the icons and at a specific point (somewhere in the middle) you can get these three icons, that are often mistaken as blanks. You can either extract those blank icons or point the compiler towards those.

As for the name of the exe, the alt+255 combination works well (from the numpad ofcourse) to give a " " name to ur exe. I hope this is not a malware you are doing. Hope this helps.

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DarkAngel

By the way why dont you simply hide the auxillary exe's :blink: ?? Or perhaps fileinstall the auxillary ones in a temp and later delete them ;)

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StandardUser

@DarkAngel, brilliant idea, I'll give it a try, thank you.

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Richard Robertson

Why do you need to remove the icon anyway?

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ProgAndy

I don't see any reason to remove the icon, but this is the way:

-compile WITHOUT UPX (or unpack the exe with UPX)

-remove Icon with Reshacker

-manually apply UPX if you want.

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