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Posted on 2003-11-13
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I created a C# application and modified the App.ico file to create an icon
for the executable. When I view the exe file using windows explorer it shows
up when I use "Views -> Large Icons" but get some default icon when in
"Views -> Small Icons", "Views -> List", or "Views -> Details" mode. How
can I get my icon to appear in these other views ?

Thanks,
EE
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The ico file, often contain more icons based on the video resolution. You must verify your ico file and remove o modify the wron icon .
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