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RE: (Almost) No Icon Overlays on Vista.

From: Matthias Weber <1lichtblick_at_freenet.de>
Date: Thu, 3 Jul 2008 14:23:39 +0200

Well okay, the most Overlay Positions are used up by TortoiseCVS. If I
uninstall it, I have all

of the TortoiseSVN Icons.

Since I need both applications, is there a way they can share one Iconset?




Matthias Weber wrote:

> I already checked the entries in the registry. No problem there. All are

> existing.


Well, that's good I think - but did you also check if there are more

than 11 entries there? Because only a maximum of 11 of those handlers

will ever show up, thanks to internal limitations of Windows...



Von: Matthias Weber [mailto:1lichtblick_at_freenet.de]
Gesendet: Thursday, July 03, 2008 9:30 AM
An: 'users_at_tortoisesvn.tigris.org'
Betreff: RE: (Almost) No Icon Overlays on Vista.


I already checked the entries in the registry. No problem there. All are

The thing is that besides all the missing icons I can see the "Modified"
item. But only

in the Folder View on the left side of the explorer. In the File View on the
right side

there are no items at all. Not even the "Modified" item. This is kind of
strange to me.









You can check all the installed overlay handlers in the registry under






Hi, after upgrading to Version TortoiseSVN 1.5.0, Build 13316 - 64 Bit on my
64bit Vista Machine I face the following problem.


All Icon overlays I can see in the Explorer are the red circles (indicating
a folder with changed files) in the Folder view. That's all.

No other Icon Overlays in the Folder View and on Icon Overlays in the File
View at all.


I tried the stuff I've seen on this list. (Reinstall with proper reboot and
use of the clean install tool, Change of the Icon set, Rebuild of the cache)

No success so far. In the previous version everything worked as expected.


Any hints on this matter are very appreciated.






Received on 2008-07-03 14:25:44 CEST

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