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Schlumpf

WinMe-Folders in XP? Why that?

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I don't get it.

The screenshot is of a web folder in GMX mediacenter.....

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yes, but the folder icons are from windows, not gmx, aren't they?

and in the "Networkplaces" (I don't know the english word) the icon has only 32x32px.

32kl8.jpg

And the Copy annimation is very old ;)

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Edited by Schlumpf

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and in the "Networkplaces" (I don't know the english word) the icon has only 32x32px.

32kl8.jpg

Some icons have all needed images inside (16, 32, 48) but the os just can't display them properly. That's the case with "windows firewall" and "wireless network settings" icons in XP SP2's control panel, for example, where the system uses the wrong internal image (48px) in normal icon view (32px).

Edited by Dave.Net

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The problem I mentioned before can be corrected by modifying the order of internal images. I use @icon sushi to do that.

Good luck if you give it a try.

Edited by Dave.Net

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Well, in this case it seems like there's no need to modify anything. The ftp icon (apparently located inside program files\common files\microsoft shared\web folders\msonsext.dll) is lacking 48px images.

XPero is working on it.

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