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The Executable Java file always has the icon of the Java cup. Can we change the icon? How?
 
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This is the icon belonging to the file type association in your operating system. It depends on the operating system how to change this. In Windows, you can edit it with the registry editor, there are plenty of tutorials and tools online to do this.

Note that this won't just change the icon for executable JARs, but for all files ending with the .jar extension.
 
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Adding to what Stephan said ... If the operating system is Windows, one can also create a shortcut for this file. You can customize different shortcuts with icons.
 
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Stephan van Hulst wrote:This is the icon belonging to the file type association in your operating system. It depends on the operating system how to change this. In Windows, you can edit it with the registry editor, there are plenty of tutorials and tools online to do this.

Note that this won't just change the icon for executable JARs, but for all files ending with the .jar extension.



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salvin francis wrote:Adding to what Stephan said ... If the operating system is Windows, one can also create a shortcut for this file. You can customize different shortcuts with icons.

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