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Project window icons
« on: September 14, 2010, 12:47:36 PM »
Is there a way to change the project window icons via a macro?  I'm running in Linux and my version control system keeps files read only until I check them out.  All I want to do is display one icon for a file that is read only and a different one for writable files.  It looks like some of the code that handles what icon to display is done in the SlickEdit macros, but I think some of the code is in the core SlickEdit implementation.  The funny thing is, there appears to be separate bitmaps defined for read only and writable files.  Is there something that has to be enabled to get this functionality?  It doesn't seem like something that should be hard to do.

Also, I notice my make file has a different icon (a target) in the project window.  In the xml within the project file my make file is marked as Type="Makefile".  Is there a way to determine what the supported types are?

« Last Edit: September 14, 2010, 01:25:42 PM by jfilion »