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Can I compile a image into .exe file? Can I put a image into a .exe file to use the image without link with a file in computer?

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Can I compile a image into .exe file? Can I put a image into a .exe file to use the image without link with a file in computer?

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assuming you're asking if you can do it without copying the image to the computer (as fileinstall does), and depending on the size and quality of the image you want, you can (I believe) now add the picture as an icon to your .exe (through the compiler directives), then reference it with @Scriptfullpath and the icon number.

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assuming you're asking if you can do it without copying the image to the computer (as fileinstall does), and depending on the size and quality of the image you want, you can (I believe) now add the picture as an icon to your .exe (through the compiler directives), then reference it with @Scriptfullpath and the icon number.

You can also add bitmaps as a resource but I'm not sure if there are image size limitations or not.

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You can also add bitmaps as a resource but I'm not sure if there are image size limitations or not.

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