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How to create a 96x32 pixel tray icon on Windows 2000 using C++/.Net

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Im using Visual C++ .Net, I want to be able to display a tray icon I have created of size 96 x 32 - (it needs to be this size) because the image is of a horizontal traffic light - im having problems because the image is being squezzed up into a 32x32 size format or smaller - how can i resolve this?
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Unfortunately, you cannot change that. Shell tray icons have to be 32x32.
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Hmmmmm, no wonder no-one really replied :)
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Hello admin - i need to delete this question please, thanks.
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Um, IMHO you received a correct answer to your question :o)
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My question begins with a "How" not a "Can I" ......sorry
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i have set another question anyway and if you help me with that i will give you a bonus - is that ok?
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IMHO this Q is answered.
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