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I thought it was simple, but I can't figure it out. Unfortunately the search results are either irrelevant or they are "How to make custom script icon".

The example uses a .dll, but simply trying an EXE doesn't seem to work. Is there something I'm missing?

GUICtrlCreateButton($files[$i][0], $x, $y, $form_icosz, $form_icosz, $BS_ICON)

GUICtrlSetImage(-1, "C:\Program Files\App\App.exe")

The same format above works when I specify an .ico file.

Edit: was using the wrong array index... It was actually $files[$i][2]

I should have waited to post :/

Also, I had to add a third parameter "1" to GUICtrlSetImage.

...Wish I could remove this post.

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dbzfanatic

I thought it was simple, but I can't figure it out. Unfortunately the search results are either irrelevant or they are "How to make custom script icon".

The example uses a .dll, but simply trying an EXE doesn't seem to work. Is there something I'm missing?

GUICtrlCreateButton($files[$i][0], $x, $y, $form_icosz, $form_icosz, $BS_ICON)

GUICtrlSetImage(-1, "C:\Program Files\App\App.exe")

The same format above works when I specify an .ico file.

Edit: was using the wrong array index... It was actually $files[$i][2]

I should have waited to post :/

Also, I had to add a third parameter "1" to GUICtrlSetImage.

...Wish I could remove this post.

Since you figured it out please add "[sOLVED]" to your title (without quotes) so others know you no longer have a problem.

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