[ESS] R: R: Xemacs icons are not shown on win2000
d.scott at auckland.ac.nz
Mon Mar 26 07:39:44 CEST 2007
I have a lot of trouble with Windows XP trying to create file associations
to XEmacs and having the icons show up. Just one problem I would like to
fix would be to have the XEmacs icon show up when viewing the contents of
I have the file association so that .txt and .tex files are associated
with XEmacs, but the XEmacs icon doesn't display.
The answer below doesn't really help me although it seems to be about much
the same question, because I can't find the icon file for XEmacs
I would appreciate any assistance on this admittedly small but nonetheless
On Wed, 7 Mar 2007, 8rino-Luca Pantani wrote:
> Surfing the net I found this
> I did not have a .ico file under C:\Programs\XEmacs, that was present in the
> old version.
> Now it is working properly.
> I already tried this, but for some reason the "advanced" button is not
> shown, and in its place thare's only a "resume" button.
> All the other extensions show the "advanced" button, but .txt and .R ones
>> On windows xp Start => Settings => Folder Options => File types tab then
>> choose the R extension, Advanced button and then change icon button. I
>> would assume Windows 2000 would be relatively similar.
> 8rino-Luca Pantani wrote:
>> Thanks, I already know, but unfortunately it do not works.
>> The .R files are associated with xemacs, i.e. double clicking on them
> starts xemacs, mozilla > with the R help and all the rest and the system is
> working as usual.
>> Win 2000 do not let me to change the icons of .R files (as well as .txt
> files for example),
>> even if the association is working.
>>> Right-click one of the files, choose Properties, then click the Change
>>> button and choose xemacs.
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