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- Subject: Re: IUP - Tray icons (was: Obtaining the Ihandle in C from Lua)
- From: "Mark Meijer" <meijer78@...>
- Date: Thu, 22 Dec 2005 18:51:17 +0000
Aaaaaaah ok :) thanks for the update.
Is there a reason why it's TRAYIMAGE instead of TRAYICON? I mean, does it
perhaps imply for example that it has to be an IUP image (and not a .ico
included via the .res file)? Assuming TRAYIMAGE works with all the same
icons as ICON does, and given that the term tray icon is pretty much an
established one (afaik), the name TRAYICON does make sense.
Anyway, you already made my day :) Thanks!
From: Antonio Scuri <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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To: Lua list <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: IUP - Obtaining the Ihandle in C from Lua
Date: Thu, 22 Dec 2005 15:01:21 -0200
At 14:27 22/12/2005, Mark Meijer wrote:
Love the library btw. One side-question, when I set my dialog to minimize
to the system tray, it doesn't display the TRAYICON. My guess is that this
is because the icon is 32x32 and not 16x16, although I'm confused why it
is automatically scaled down for the dialog (i.e. its ICON attribute) and
not for the system tray (i.e. the TRAYICON attribute). My guess also is
that this is a windows issue, not really an IUP issue.
It is a documentation issue... The attribute name is "TRAYIMAGE" not
"TRAYICON" as written in the manual.