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How to replace the LabVIEW icon in the upper left corner of panels?

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Hi Gang,

 

We're going to create an application that will go to customers.  We want to replace the LabVIEW icon in the upper left corner of panels with the company logo.  How do I replace that?

 

All responses will be appreciated.

 

 

Thanks in Advance,

 

Roger

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When you assign an icon to the build application in the build settings, Windows should use that icon for all application windows.

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As rolfk said, edit the icon in the build specification.


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@rolfk wrote:

When you assign an icon to the build application in the build settings, Windows should use that icon for all application windows.


 rolfk is right. Just be sure the icon you are going to use has multiple sizes, namely 16x16, 32x32, and 48x48. Good luck

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Create the Icon you want there are several ico editors on the market (I usually use one of the freebies) and save it into your project.

 

In the Application build spec select the Icon section, uncheck use default and select your .ico from the pop-up.

 

 


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Hi All,

 

Thanks for the responses!  I knew that, but had forgotten it! (hits forehead with open hand) Smiley Wink

 

Thanks for reminding me!

 

Roger

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I really like using this web site for converting .svg files (like made from InkScape) to multiple sized .ICO files.  Find it is a lot easier than working with .ICO editors directly.

 

http://iconverticons.com/

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