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    Default Icons for ObjectDock - where is Panda?

    Hello everybody!
    There is a paralipomena with me and using ObjectDock:
    IV and IV-Thumbnails will both show the reddeadcat on the Dock!??!
    In WINXP-task-bar both are shown - but when I drag-and-drop it onto
    the ObjectDock-bar it will change into the "reddead".
    My trials to find the linked icons where disappointing, so:
    is there any trick, to have the cat for IV and the Panda for Thumbnails on OjectDock?
    Thanks for any friendly answers!
    Have a good time! dierk

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    This is a question about third-party software. Ask for support from the makers of Object Dock.

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    Question question about third-party software?

    @Bhikkhu Pesala:
    sorry, but I think you are not right:
    every program has it's own icons, and all of those, I am using, have their icons somewhere in the
    "Programs" folder, where they installed themselves into.
    Irfan View does have "redcat/iv.exe" & Panda/"IV_Player.exe" & filmlet/"SlideShow.exe" icon there!

    But IV installs itself with taskbar-shortcut for IV and IV-Thumbnails, using the redcat and Panda as icons.
    So: where can I find this Panda-Icon linked with the IV-Thubmnails, so that it's possible to use it as a link/shortcut?

    Is the "Player.exe" in the plugins-folder IV-Thumbnails? I don't know..to me it seems to be some media-player-plugin??

    At least it's nothing else than the search after IV-Panda-icon linked with "IV-Thumbs" - no 3.party is involved!
    May be my English isn't good enough to tell you clearly of what my problem is...? - Be patient, please!
    Thanks for any hint!
    dierk

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    Icons are stored in the program's executable file, not as separate files in the program folder. I think this is the case with most programs

    Try using an icon editor like Icon Sushi to extract the icons, then tell Object Dock which icons to use.
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    Thumbs up Fine to find helping hands here

    Hello to Bhikkhu Pesala & thank you!!
    My thoughts of EXE-files were as how many gearwheels and worms will be inside? Never had the opportunity of havin' a glance inside - just thought it impossible to open!!
    Old men and the sea... rough waters and struggling for life..
    And again:
    fine to find helping hands here!
    have a good time!
    dierk

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