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Yes I know I'm an Uber n00b and this question has probably been asked before. But as I'm not keen about looking through 40 pages of posts (right after having searched the web) I'm gonna ask it here anyways. I already have the .ico file and i know that you should use a resource file, but Iv'e never got it to work. Appreciate any help i can get... Thanx in advance ;) [Edited by - Net-Ninja on October 21, 2006 10:10:24 AM]

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What didn't work?
I didn't know how to include an icon att all.

But no worries, ive figured it out, you just add a .rc file and VisualStudios handles the rest...

Thanks anyways.
Could be good if you wrote how to do it if you don't have VS...

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What didn't work?
I didn't know how to include an icon att all.

But no worries, ive figured it out, you just add a .rc file and VisualStudios handles the rest...

Thanks anyways.
Could be good if you wrote how to do it if you don't have VS...


Good! rating++;

BTW, was you a member at .se?

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