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    Can a Console exe have its own ICON in menu, as the default icon?

    My question is, if it is possible for a conole exe application to have its own customs icon, which is displayed in menu, than the default one of system?


    I can create the icon for the exe application, but it is just a standard icon. I tried to create and build a customs icon like in GUI application. But the default icon can only be displayed.


    SVG icon and Symbian 3rd FP1 (N95).

    Thanks.

    Pai
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    Re: Can a Console exe have its own ICON in menu, as the default icon?

    The Menu application does not care if your .exe has a GUI or not (in fact it does not know neither). Note that console executables have no resource file by default, so you have to provide one in order to have a place for LOCALISABLE_APP_INFO.

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    Re: Can a Console exe have its own ICON in menu, as the default icon?

    Thanks, wizard_hu, for your info.

    Now after a try again, my console.exe has its own icon.

    The problem is, i forget to install the resource file into sis.

    After reboot, the new icon is displaying in the menu.
    Symbian && Android && iPhoneOS

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