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Josh, thanks a lot. I had to switch to D11 recently for some foreign
language Unicode work and the icon was actually a huge sticking point
for the client. This worked great. It is annoying to have to do, but
at least it works.
For those who need to use custom icons in D11 (until Adobe fixes it),
you can find the projec32.skl file, rename it to .exe, then use Josh's
program to set the icon. The rename it back to .skl and the new icon
will be used whenever you make a projector. That means that you need a
different projec32.skl file for each project that requires icons, but at
least it is now possible to do.
I would like adobe corrected that and also allow the use of both mac and pc icons at the same time.
It is crappy to have to own a mac just to create a mac projector with a icon (or vice-versa)!
I sympathize, but if you are authoring for Macs, you really should have
a Mac to test with since there are often OS-Specific isues that crop up,
and telling your client that you can't troubleshoot a problem due to
your lack of hardware is a bad move. Besides, you can get a used Mini
And indeed that seams the appropriate move, when i decide to cross that line hehehehe
Thanx for the enlightment