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Old April 7th 12, 05:21 PM posted to alt.windows7.general
Asger Joergensen
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Default Missing shortcut icons can anybody confirm ?

Hi Gene

Gene E. Bloch wrote:

Anyway, I just looked here (also Win 7 64-bit), and my icons are the same in
Windows Explorer as in WordPad's Open dialog. That verifies that something is
different about your system, but I have no idea what would cause that. I wish I
could help.


Well I just found that if I, in the program that I'm writing, turn of
the wow64FsRedirection, I can get the right icons for my program, so
I guess something is messed up on my system when it comes to this
redirection between 64 and 32 bit locations.

Anybody have a clue where I might have messed up my system ?

Thanks in advance
Best regards
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Old April 7th 12, 07:16 PM posted to alt.windows7.general
Dave-UK
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Default Missing shortcut icons can anybody confirm ?


"Asger Joergensen" wrote in message ...
Hi Gene

Gene E. Bloch wrote:

Anyway, I just looked here (also Win 7 64-bit), and my icons are the same in
Windows Explorer as in WordPad's Open dialog. That verifies that something is
different about your system, but I have no idea what would cause that. I wish I
could help.


Well I just found that if I, in the program that I'm writing, turn of
the wow64FsRedirection, I can get the right icons for my program, so
I guess something is messed up on my system when it comes to this
redirection between 64 and 32 bit locations.

Anybody have a clue where I might have messed up my system ?


If you are writing programs and testing them on your Win7
installation I don't see how anybody else but you can know
what you've done to mess up your system.



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Old April 7th 12, 07:20 PM posted to alt.windows7.general
Asger Joergensen
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Default Missing shortcut icons can anybody confirm ?

Hi again

I think I solved it now.

The problem only exist in the open dialog, when starting it
from a 32 bit application.
And before you ask, yes I was running the 32 bit version of wordpad.
If I start the 64 bit version of wordpad the problem does
not exist.

Thanks for all Your help.


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Asger-P
http://Asger-P.dk/software
Quick Launch is a must try.
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Old April 7th 12, 07:24 PM posted to alt.windows7.general
Asger Joergensen
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Default Missing shortcut icons can anybody confirm ?

Hi Dave

Dave-UK wrote:


If you are writing programs and testing them on your Win7 installation I don't
see how anybody else but you can know what you've done to mess up your system.


Well I'm not in the habit of messing with the system in the apps I make.
Actually I hate it when applications do that, but I think I found what was
wrong, see my other post, 10 min ago.

Thanks for Your help.

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Asger-P
http://Asger-P.dk/software
Quick Launch is a must try.
 




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