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How do I create a new C# project that has the desired icon?

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by:sedgwick
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the upper icon is the solution icon, which may contain one or more projects.
the bottom icon is the project icon.
when you create new project in vs, it comes with solution as well.
if you open an existing project file from VS, and you try to compile it, you will be asked to save a solution file before compile.
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by:sedgwick
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do you want the executable of your project to have this icon or the project file itself?
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by:sognoct
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file -> new project for the desired icon
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by:Dovberman
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The .designer.cs file is also created.  I do not want this file.

I created a new project, but I still get the solution icon instead of the project icon.
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The .designer.cs file is created for every aspx file, it's a partial class which declared all ui components on the page.

this is the way VS works, you can get rid of the designer file but then you need to declare them on the .cs file of your aspx.
and you can't change the icon of the projects/solutions, that's the way VS works.
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I simply deleted the .designer.cs file . I used the aspx page to create all the controls.

The solution works without the .designer.cs file.
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Thank you.
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