Install Shield 2010 Ver 16

When installing the app, how can I change the logo that appears on each screen.

I have attached a sample of existing and the one I want to use.

I've gone thru Custom Actions & Direct Editor, but can't seem to locate where I can do the change.
Existing.jpg
New-One.jpg
weephAsked:
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Vadim RappCommented:
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weephAuthor Commented:
Thanks for that.  Checked it out but unfortunately in the Binary section of Direct Editor no file names appear as per attached.

Maybe I can't do it.  Just have to live with it
Binary.jpg
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Vadim RappCommented:
Double-click [Binary Data].
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weephAuthor Commented:
Did that for all of them but nothing shows in file name.

Can I just add the logos to any?  I would assume that each 1 has a fixed purpose
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Vadim RappCommented:
> Did that for all of them but nothing shows in file name.

you misunderstood. The binary data, such as the bitmap of the image, is already stored in that field. When you double-click, you can either export from that field to the external file, or re-import into that field form the external file. So you need to find the line that represents the bitmap you want to replace (either by inspecting the dialog and finding what id is referenced by the control you want to update; or by exporting and reviewing each binary entry), double-click, and upload new bitmap from your new image. Make sure you have the backup, it's extremely easy to screw things up by all this.

In your previous question I asked you if you have the source file, .ism. That's the "project" that gets "compiled" into the MSI. The names of the original source files would be in that file. You'd have much easier life if you found it.
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weephAuthor Commented:
I had a look at the original .ism file and I can see where the files are.

Unfortunately the bloke who did the original is no longer with us and neither are the files.  Looks like we're stuck with it.

I'm asking another question on registering a file.
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weephAuthor Commented:
Again you're amazing.

Thanks for everything
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