icons . . .

I have written a program in delphi 3, under win98. It has several icons in it, on a treeview, on buttons, etc. However, on some win95 computers, these icons fail to show up, what is wrong??

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This is often caused by the video acceleration in particularly S3 video carsd. Try reducing the accelleration for the card via the pariticular control you have for it.

You should be able to download updated drivers...


men xinCEOCommented:
update you comctl32.dll.
you can install a ie4,ie5 ...

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menxin's answer would only apply if the icons in question are 'standard' windows icons - contained in comctrl32.dll.  If this is the caes then you would need to either extract the desired icons (might have legal probs for redistribution) or ensure, as menxin said, that each system has the same version of the .dll

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men xinCEOCommented:

Delphi 's imagelist have a bug,but it has not existed in the new version.Have you install the patch for delphi?

men xinCEOCommented:
captainklinkAuthor Commented:
thanks, it works now!
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