[mythtv-users] OS X icon question...
marc at geekythings.com
Fri Dec 3 22:51:14 UTC 2004
You can change the icon on anything easily.
Apple key + I will bring up the info window for the item. You can Copy &
Paste the icon to your hearts content. (Just like you've been able to do
on MacOS since System 7 days..).
On Fri, 3 Dec 2004, Lane Schwartz wrote:
> On Fri, 3 Dec 2004 15:25:19 -0600, Calvin Gorriaran
> <calvin at houstonns.com> wrote:
>> I have a stupid OS X question. I have compiled mythfrontend on my powerbook. Works perfect, though I
>> am still trying to get mythvideo compiled. One issue I have is I can't seem to make an icon for it. I
>> have tried making a symbolic link to it in the Applications folder. I tried setting "Keep in Dock"
>> after launching from the command line. I have tried copying the mythfrontend.app folder to the
>> applications folder. Nothing seems to work. I have am long time BSD user but just in the last year
>> switched to OS X for my personal desktop. Can anyone clue me in?
> I haven't tried the OS X version of Myth, but I do know OS X. I can try to help.
> If you have a program that is packaged as an appfolder (ends in .app
> if you look do an ls -l at the terminal), then it should already have
> an icon and be double-clickable.
> Do you currently have a double-clickable Myth appfolder?
> "No, we've had no evidence that Saddam Hussein was involved in 9/11."
> -- George W. Bush, 17 Sept 2003
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