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Icon appears ok in Exlorer; not showing in taskbar

Posted on 2004-10-03
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Hi,
I put the icon in the form properties. The .exe file shows up fine with the icon.
When I run the program, the icon does not show in the taskbar; it shows the regular "form" icon.
How can I make the new icon show also in the taskbar?
thank you,
phil
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Ryan Chong earned 125 total points
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Did you set the Icon Property of your form?
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I was using MidiForm and didn't set it in the MidiForm. Now working. Thanks.
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