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Change the icon of a DOS command line

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Hi,

I am sure that I saw this some time ago. But I've searched on the forum and on the help file and I could not find the answer.

Is it possible to change the icon of a window (not an autoit GUI, but another program's window)? More precisely, can I change the icon of a DOS box?

Thanks!

Manuel

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Hi,

Sure!

Create an shortcut to an cmd.exe and give it the icon u want.

Andre


What about Windows without using AutoIt ?It would be the same as driving a car without an steering Wheel!

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Hi,

Sure!

Create an shortcut to an cmd.exe and give it the icon u want.

Andre

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The problem is that I want to change the icon of a running DOS command. I do not execute that program. A different program starts the DOS command. So I need to change the icon AFTER it starts, and I cannot modify the shortcut to it, as I am not the one calling the program.

Is there a way to change a window icon on the fly with AutoIt?

Manuel

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