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Icon corruption when disabling a button

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When I tested, it looked like the picture posted by Zedna

It does for me too... Here, spot the difference:

a2b7124aa237cdd5adf745d15ef3f198.png


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There might be a better way, but anyway here's how I did it:

  1. I loaded the file in Paint.NET and save as 24 bit .png, this removes all alpha without losing any quality
  2. Open the .png and select the white background around the block with the magic wand
  3. Delete selection
  4. Save back as 32 bit .ico

If you don't care about the area around the block to be transparent just skip step 2 and 3...

To use .ico files in Paint.NET you need the plugin from http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?/topic/927-icon-cursor-and-animated-cursor-format-v37-may-2010/

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@AdmiralAlkex Wow! You are a total guru :blink:.

 

TD :thumbsup:


A cross-platform implementation of the AutoIt language

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3fHNZJ.gif

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@AdmiralAlkex You are not different either! :>


A cross-platform implementation of the AutoIt language

My contributions to the AutoIt Community ##AutoIt at freenode, real-time chat

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If I have hurt or offended you in anyway, Please accept my apologies, I never (regardless of the situation) intend to do that to anybody.

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