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.Exe icons.

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

Hello, I'm having trouble with a script I got. I used the compile script to .exe thing to convert it.. And I was wondering how I could possibly make a custom Icon (.ico) Please get back to me. Thanks in advance!

P.S. I don't know what forum this is supposed to be categorized under. Sorry.

Edited by rawrr

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If you use Scite4AutoIt3 then place this at top of your script:

#AutoIt3Wrapper_icon=your_icon.ico

your_icon.ico - must be in script directory at compile time.

When you compile script (F7) Autoit3Wrapper in Scite will do all the job for you :-)

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Umm. Not to be rude or anything but umm. What?!?

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Just Run Aut2exe.exe, browse to the script and browse to the Icon you want to use.


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That doesn't work.

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Just Run Aut2exe.exe, browse to the script and browse to the Icon you want to use.

i think he means making his own icon with a pic or something. i am also curious of this. making my own .ico for my scripts :)

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Yes that is what I mean Tomb616.

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Yes that is what I mean Tomb616.

there are alot of trial programs out there. to bad they all end after a month. if only this could be automated somehow through some sort of automation coding language...!!!

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So there is no way you can make your own icon??

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So there is no way you can make your own icon??

Photoshop, The GIMP*, and most other image editing programs allow you to export files as *.ico

*- The GIMP is free :)

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Photoshop, The GIMP*, and most other image editing programs allow you to export files as *.ico

*- The GIMP is free :)

oo gimp worked thanx

ico.ico

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For example:

@icon sushi

Try to search by GOOGLE

Cheers hard to find good icon programs. works on vista 64 too.


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Try using IcoFX...

It is pretty usefull...

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my icon i attached is becoming famous. 17 downloads, and only 3 of them were me.

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#16 ·  Posted (edited)

Photoshop, The GIMP*, and most other image editing programs allow you to export files as *.ico

*- The GIMP is free :)

*- is .ico also free :)

j/k

Edited by jaenster

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#17 ·  Posted (edited)

Icon Developer works best - includes shell integration and remembers your template. I got my edition for free and it probably still is free. But it requires that you use another program to actually create an initial .bmp, .jpg, .gif, .png image.

Edited by Squirrely1

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