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Python Script Configuration: assign icon

  • CFrank

    CFrank - 2011-12-09

    With python script shortcut configuration menu it is possible to assign an icon to a script.
    This works but the icon cannot be clicked, even after restart the icon doesn't accept the click.
    a) Am I missing something?
    b) I cannot assign a icon different to the default one. I assume this has something to do which format that icon has,  correct?
    If so, which format is supported? 32bit icons? png? bmp? etc…
    Thank you

  • Dave Brotherstone

    24bit 16 x 16 BMP format should work fine (I've just exported one from the free IcoFX 1.6.4), and that worked fine.

    Does it accept the click if you don't assign an image?  What version of N++ are you using?


  • CFrank

    CFrank - 2011-12-11

    Hi Dave

    did not findout how to do that (I always get an icon - thought this is a default one) or do you refer to the possibility to add to the menu.
    If so, yes, within the menu I can click but within the toolbar I can't.

    I'm using windows xp sp3 with npp 5.9 unicode

    Thx for your help

  • Gregory

    Gregory - 2011-12-12

    I saw the same behaviour when I try to use Customize toolbar plugin.

  • CFrank

    CFrank - 2011-12-13

    Hi cekory,

    thx - that did it. Deleted customize toolbar.dll -> pthon script works as expected.