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Add Icon Editor to Program menu

Status: New

With LV comes a decent icon editor. It's the one that starts when you look at Build Application settings -> Icon -> Icon editor.

This seems to be the only way to start this program, there's no entry for it in the Programs Menu.

So what i've done is to create a shortcut to iconedit.exe and add it to my Programs Menu, and i feel this should be part of any and all LV installations!

 

So: Add an icon to Lv's Icon Editor as part of the installation.

 

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Proven Zealot

In the TLDR 'icon' = shortcut, if that's not clear. 🙂

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"Only dead fish swim downstream" - "My life for Kudos!" - "Dumb people repeat old mistakes - smart ones create new ones."
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Its a neat hidden gem. I have even at least once forgotten that it existed and used another. 

 

It's in <LabVIEW>\applibs\iconeditor.


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Knight of NI

I like the idea.  I would suspect that it would fit just a bit better as a LabVIEW View menu item.  Like the BMM, Event Inspector, PWW, BPM etc....

"Should be" isn't "Is" -Jay