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I don't believe that the custom icon option works cross-platform. At
least, when I author on a PC, I have never gotten it to successfully set
the icon for a Mac projector, and I believe the same is true if you
author on a Mac (PC won't get an icon). You will need to use a resource
editor to put the icon into the PC version. For that, you'll need a PC.
There is a free program for PC called Resource Hacker
which allows you to do that. A far easier to use program (but not free)
On Tue, 12 Dec 2006 12:26:28 GMT, Mike Blaustein posted in
> A far easier to use program (but not free) is Versiown.
Hey! It's free now!
Way cool for me. I've been using ResHacker for years now, but it was
corrupting my Shockwave compressed projectors. So I edited (a copy of)
Director's Projec32.skl whenever I created a new projector. This still had
problems if I edited some of the fields when creating a SW projector, though
- and was rather inconvenient. (I see I'm a minor revision behind. Perhaps
the latest would work better.)
Still, it was such a little thing, leaving a couple of fields at their
defaults, that I didn't feel justified in paying for that extra little bit.
Now that Versiown is free, though ... using it on a project today.
Thanks for the reminder, Mike!
Mark A. Boyd
Wow, now that you mention it, it looks like a bunch of Goldshell's
programs have been released as freeware recently. Cool! There is some
good stuff in there.