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Programming an icon to the program.

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lansti

I want to program an icon to the program. Now i only get the typical autoit icon on all my programs, a little bit new at this, so can anyone easily help me out?

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Andreik

I want to program an icon to the program. Now i only get the typical autoit icon on all my programs, a little bit new at this, so can anyone easily help me out?

I don't understand what you ask. You want an icon for your program or to display an icon in your GUI?

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lansti

I don't understand what you ask. You want an icon for your program or to display an icon in your GUI?

I want to use a file.ico og file.jpg to display the icon you dobbel click on your desktop, wich is a *.exe file..

Just like the icon for Office Word - W

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picea892

You can add an icon when you compile it using the AU3Exe compiler in the autoit directory.

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OchoNueve

;Top of the script

#region

#AutoIt3Wrapper_icon=nameOfYourIcon.ico

#endregion

;rest of code


[font="Times New Roman"]Ocho.[/font]

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Jos

;Top of the script

#region

#AutoIt3Wrapper_icon=nameOfYourIcon.ico

#endregion

;rest of code

True when you have installed the Full installer of SciTE4AutoIt3!

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liten

YES, YOU CAN USE au3EXE, AND IT WILL LET YOU SET THE ICON


My UDF:Freeze.au3-Freeze values like CE, ML, ETC[i][/i][u][/u]

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lansti

Just love this forum and all the good helpers.

And I'm getting more and more familiar with autoit :)

Shank you folks.

Best

lansti

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