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JBuilderX: How do I put my own icon on my application? It comes out with the "J" icon

 
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Hi:

I created the application with extensions *.exe and *.jar.

But both applications came out with the "J" icon embedded. "To run the application *.exe just double-click on the "J" icon. " Bummer...I want to tell people "click on the cool looking icon" to run the application.

How do I put my own icon on my applications using JBuilderX?

Also, How do I add an icon to the top left corner of a frame?

thanks,

Ben
[ July 05, 2004: Message edited by: Benjamin Mulder ]
 
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Originally posted by Benjamin Mulder:
Also, How do I add an icon to the top left corner of a frame?



Use Swing's ImageIcon in your applition... For JBuilder-generated exe, it's better to consult with JBuilder documentation... It comes with the bundle in the box... Hope it helps...
 
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