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[archive] Missing application icon in Windows 7

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Hello!

During test on Windows 7, we experienced a problem with missing icon for our program.

We specify the path to the icon in the config file like this:

ICON c:\jobb\Etc\contracting.ICO

On all prior Windows versions, this works correct. When installing to a pc with Windows 7 Professional, the Icon was missing. This is for desktop icon, and for the icon showing on the task bar. But, when we have several windows open in our system, they are stacked at the task bar and showed as one task. When clicking on this icon (showing a blank sheet, as our correct is missing), the list of windows are showed. This list shows correct icons. I can come up with a screen dump if necessary.

Is this a known error, or is it something we are missing here?

Best regards
Dag L?nh?iden
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RE: [archive] Missing application icon in Windows 7

I'm running V8.0 on windows 7 enterprise edition - icons are ok for me
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RE: [archive] Missing application icon in Windows 7

We run AcuCobol runtime version 8.1.0
I will get my colleque to test 8.0

Regards
Dagl
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RE: [archive] Missing application icon in Windows 7

We have now found the problem om my colleques pc. He had not set up the icon on the desktop correctly.....

Case closed!

Regards Dagl
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