Question Related to gRevAppIcon
blackhurst at sc.rr.com
Wed Aug 1 14:53:43 EDT 2012
Thanks for the quick and useful response Mark.
On Aug 1, 2012, at 1:57 PM, Mark Schonewille wrote:
> Define an icon file in the standalone application settings and this icon will be used for the alert dialog window, which is displayed by the operating system.
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> On 1 aug 2012, at 19:16, Ed Blackhurst wrote:
>> Greetings --
>> I'm using the gRevAppIcon keyword to display the icon for my app in the ask or answer dialog boxes, which nicely produces a message preceded by my icon (e.g. <my app icon> and " You can either PRINT the information that is currently displayed or SAVE it to disk to open later with a word processor." with "Cancel", "Print", or "Save" as the options.)
>> However, when responding to that answer dialog, if the user elects to SAVE the file to disk and another file by that name already exists, a system message appears that contains both the LiveCode Icon and the yellow "Alert" triangle icon preceding the message: (e.g.,<alert icon with LC icon overlayed> "Variable 1.2 already exists. Do you want to replace it? A file or folder with the same name already exists on the Desktop. Replacing it will overwrite its current contents" with "Cancel" and "Replace" as the options.)
>> Does anyone know if there's a way to replace those two icons with my app icon, as was done with the Answer dialog? Any help would be appreciated.
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