RE: Weird toolbar icon issues
- Found something else interesting:
When my shell first opens, I do the following:
[gvim appears, with the icon issues]
[I just removed one duplicate entry from the end, S:\Loadbuild\bin]
[gvim appears, with normal icons]
Also, it doesn't appear to matter which part of the path I change (for
instance, I can remove "emacs" from the path, or the duplicate "vim" path
component). If I change it, the problem goes away.. So I guess it's not the
long filename problem..?
Bizarre, n'est pas?
From: Bram Moolenaar [mailto:Bram@...]
Sent: April 26, 2001 12:05 PM
To: Stuart, David
Subject: RE: Weird toolbar icon issues
David Stuart wrote:
> Actually, I seriously considered this (I even moved VIM forward in thepath
> to make sure it wasn't picking up something from emacs)..Perhaps some of the icons don't agree with the GPL? :-)
> But more seriously, what do you mean by a long/short filename problem? Do"DOS"
> you mean that it might be trying to find the icons according to their
> name (Instead of the longer version)?It's the only explanation I could think of why some icons work and some
> Why would it do this?
Try using "dir" or "ls" (if you have it) on the place where the icons are.
you see those ~1 names you might have to unpack them again. Perhaps with a
different unzip program, perhaps in another directory (that supports VFAT).
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