|Re: Specific Application Icon [message #760773 is a reply to message #760722]
||Mon, 05 December 2011 09:03
| Daniel Wiehl
Registered: April 2010
The following steps only work for Scout release 3.8.0 which will be part of the Eclipse Juno release. For older Scout releases, it is easiest to install a fragment with SWT/Swing Plug-In as its Host-bundle. Add the icons to be customized into the folder '/resources/internal' of that fragment. Thereby, the application icon would be 'window16.png', 'window32.png', 'window48.png', 'window256.png' and the tray icon 'tray.gif'.|
For Scout 3.8.0 (Juno):
In SWT, add an extension to the extension point 'org.eclipse.scout.rt.ui.swt.scouticons' of your SWT Plug-In. To change the application icon, choose an icon for the item 'window'.
In Swing, add an extension to the extension point 'org.eclipse.scout.rt.ui.swing.scouticons' of your Swing Plug-In. To change the application icon, choose an icon for the item 'window16', 'window32', 'window48' and 'window256', respectively. Also, choose an icon for the item 'tray' to have a custom tray icon installed. Please ensure the tray icon to be in the gif format. To change the application logo (splash), choose an image for the item 'logo'.
I hope that helps.
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