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Re: [libvirt] [PATCH] Add a Windows icon resource to virsh.exe



On Wed, Oct 15, 2008 at 05:37:51PM +0100, Richard W.M. Jones wrote:
> 
> This patch adds a Windows resource icon to virsh.exe (on Windows only,
> obviously).
> 
> I've generated 16x16, 32x32, 48x48 and 64x64 MS .ico files, starting
> from Diana Fong / Tim Allen's libvirtLogo.png in the docs directory,
> scaling it down to the required size, and adding an alpha mask.
> 
> The *.ico files have to go into the src directory, because of
> limitations of the Microsoft resource editor file format itself.  I
> propose to add the 64x64 PNG file into the docs directory, or perhaps
> not bother adding it at all -- it's not actually used and can be quite
> trivially recreated.
> 
> My graphical attempts are fairly lame.  This is partly because these
> icons really need to be tweaked by hand for legibility at small sizes,
> and partly because Windows itself does some quantization on the .ico
> files after loading them.  This quantization I don't understand and
> isn't documented anywhere.  Nevertheless the icon looks not totally
> unreasonable, as you can see from the final screenshot attached.

What color depth did you create the icons at ? This blog posts suggest
the problem is more horrific than you can possibly imagine, requiring
a total of 12 icons to be provided for proper Windows compatability

http://frankieloscavio.blogspot.com/2007/10/ico-files-and-how-they-work-using-best.html

And apparently all the different versions should be in the same .ICO
file ?!?!

Daniel
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