David Huang wrote:
> On Aug 29, 2008, at 1:44 PM, Stefan Küng wrote:
>> I never thought that creating icons would require instructions, so there
>> are none.
>> Just create an icon for every overlay. But I would recommend that you
>> create the icons in every size that Windows uses, including the Vista
>> 128x128 sized one. But of course that's up to you.
> Well, I don't think it's TortoiseSVN's responsibility to teach people
> how to create icons, but I do think there needs to be some instructions
> on how to create a TortoiseSVN icon pack. Simply creating the icons and
> wishing TSVN would use them is obviously not going to work. It appears
> they need to have specific filenames and they should be put in a
> subdirectory of %CommonProgramFiles%\TortoiseOverlays\icons? Is that
> all? Does TSVN simply look for all subdirs of the icons dir, or is there
> some place that lists the available icon packs?
> That is the type of instructions that are needed. "Just create an icon"
> is insufficient.
Sorry, haven't thought of that.
Yes, you can look at %CommonProgramFiles%\TortoiseOverlays\icons and see
how the other icon packs are done. You have to use the same filenames as
the existing icon packs.
And yes again: TSVN (more specifically: the TortoiseOverlays handler
which is also used by other Tortoise clients) scans that folder for icon
packs. If you simply add your own there, it will show up in the Settings
dialog where you can then choose your own.
But of course, you have to restart Windows (or kill all explorer
processes) before those changes take effect - the icons are only loaded
once when explorer starts.
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Received on 2008-08-29 21:00:20 CEST