Matt,

From the command-line, does this file exist ?

INSTALL_PATH/Content/Resources/acorn.icns

And in INSTALL_PATH/Contents/Info.plist, is "acorn.icns" listed as the value for : "CFBundleIconFile" ?

If the answer is yes to both of those questions, my guess is that maybe Apple made a backward-incompatible change to the Info.plist file format.  I don't have 10.7, so I can't verify that is the case.  Maybe looking through their dev documentation for Info.plist would yield an answer.

Rob

On Tue, Mar 26, 2013 at 6:16 AM, Matthew Dahlman <mdahlman@jaspersoft.com> wrote:
I just installed SQuirreL SQL on a clean Mac (OS X 10.7 (Lion)). I don't get an icon like I used to have. I just have a default application icon. Bummer.

Is this somehow user error? Are other folks experiencing the same thing? I see that this happened and got fixed a couple of years ago. Regression?

Does anyone know how to manually add an icon? (I suppose I could probably google that up myself... but I don't know where to grab the SQuirreL SQL icon to get started.) Thanks for any tips.

-Matt

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