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Pb with app icon

Posted on 2004-04-29
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Hi,

I would expect that the icon of my app would correspond to the icon defined in #define IDR_MYAPPTYPE, however, in my app the icon shown corresponds to another different icon (also defined in my app).
I guess there must be some resources ID conflict …
Any idea?
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Hi elito,

AFAIK simply the icon with the lowest ID is used as default icon for the app ... check if there are icons with lower IDs than your IDR_MYAPPTYPE

hope that helps,

ZOPPO
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by:elito
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Yep, that was the problem!
Thanks a ton for your help :-)
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No problem, you're welcome ...

Have a nice day,

regards,

ZOPPO
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