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AIM and IE Toolbar ICON??!

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Is there any source code out there or how would I go about adding an icon on the Back, Search, Favorites, History toolbar in Internet Explorer, Kind of like AOL
Instant Messanger has done? I want to be able to add a personalized icon on the toolbar for a person and then allow them to launch a program with it once pressed, or open the program if minimized in the systray. Thanks in advance!
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Look at the items in the registry under the key "HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Extensions". Those show the information you'll need to provide to IE for your button to show and work properly. If there's a better source out there, I've yet to find it and I'd really be interested in knowing...
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Very good! Thanks!
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