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Control Panel > Mouse > Pointers tab > select which cursor you wish to change and click Browse at the bottom. Once satisfied you can also save your new theme wherever you like for future use; just click Save As under the Scheme subheading.

Does this help?

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First, I wanna congratulate you for this plug, is very good, and very useful.

Second, I have too the error that J6628426 had reported.

I cannot seem to open LARGE vista icons set as compressed.

I create some icons and any of those don't work. :( Yet I hasn't found a constant factor.

- I has used images with background.

- Without it (with transparency).

- Large (800x800) to extralarge (3000x3000) images.

- I saving only 256x256 and 32 depth and don't work.

- I press "Select all" bottom.

I don't know what happens. My Windows vista is a Home Basic edition.

I hope that you can fix it.

How you request for a sample icon with this problem I create one for you.

- Paint.NET 3,2x

- Source image: Is a sample image of Windows Vista

- Canvas size: 700x700

- Image cropped

- Image without transparency

- Save as ICO at all posible resolutions.

Use WinRar to join the two parts!

Bye.

Forest.part1.rar

Forest.part2.rar

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Use WinRar to join the two parts!

I don't have WinRar nor do I wish to download it (I use 7-zip). If you a going to post a file for me to test, please make it a standard .zip file or a .7z file. It sounds like a previous post by J6628426 was saying that there was a problem loading icons which had dimensions exceeding 256 pixels. However, I cannot understand if you are having the same problem because you say (and I quote):

I don't know what happens.

Are you:

1) Having trouble saving a large icon in Paint.NET?

2) Succeeding in saving a large icon, but then can't re-open it in Paint.NET? or

3) Getting the .ico file from another source and having trouble loading it?

The plug-in does not save icons whose dimensions exceed 256 pixels, so I'd like to know where you are getting icons that have images that exceed 256 pixels because I need to download some to test out. So it really sounds like you are getting large icons from some other source, but your post did not make it clear whether or not that was the case. If you can post a sample icon in one .zip file, I will take a look at it.

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The plug-in does not save icons whose dimensions exceed 256 pixels, so I'd like to know where you are getting icons that have images that exceed 256 pixels because I need to download some to test out. So it really sounds like you are getting large icons from some other source, but your post did not make it clear whether or not that was the case. If you can post a sample icon in one .zip file, I will take a look at it.

I know I'm not the person in question, but here is a sample:

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When I save an icon I get a series of debug dialogs. Is there a way to disable these?

I am using PDN 3.22 and the latest IcoCur plugin (3.0.1.1).

The icons save correctly but it is very annoying to have to click on 5 or so dialogs when I save an icon.

Thanks for any info.

Oops. Yeah, thanks for pointing this out, I accidently released the debug version. I'll see if I can get a fixed version up later today.

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Would anyone object if I took out the "Save each layer seperately" mode? It's really kind of a dirty hack how it trys to analyze the transparent regions and save images of different dimensions. Paint.Net isn't really well suited for it. I'd have more time to work on other features if I just scraped this portion.

Please let me know by voting in the poll at the top of the page.

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