How do I change the photo editor on stencyl? - stencyl

Hi I am using a mac right now and the stencyl website tells me to go to file then preferences except I don't see preferences when I click on file. I am trying to change the default image editor(pencyl) into GIMP. I have already downloaded Gimp but I don't know how to change the editor. Please give me a detailed step by step explanation, thanks in advance!

Go to file>preferences.
On the top of the window, choose editors
Go to image editor and choose "choose application."
Find the directory for GIMP amd you're done!


INSTALLSHIELD setup User may search for their personal or business logo and apply

Every windows screen in our WPF application displays the ICON in the upper left corner. Numerous users of this program have the expectation of seeing their company logo.
We made the logo.ico file a "always copy" so that it is copied into the bin location along with every build. ICON is referring to the logo.ico file in this case.
The logo.ico file's icon will be reflected on the Windows screen if we go ahead and replace it with any other image.
We cannot expect the customers to accomplish this, so we must make it easier for them to browse the icon file during installation. InstalledShield software is used to prepare the installation setup. If there is a better way, please describe it here. I seek advice on how to accomplish this.
I would like you to check why the icon is getting reflected if you replace it with any other image, windows has some specification on the image size to display the icon/tile on the screen. See whether your icon is meeting all those specification to reflect it on the screen.
you can also find information regarding the icon specification from the Microsoft documentation pages.
Apart from that, if you want to show up a browse dialog during the installation then you need to modify your InstallShield project:
1- To launch a browse dialog from the Basic MSI project:
2- To launch a browse dialog from an InstallScript project:
But, my preference to you to check why the icon is getting reflected if its replaced with other image, and fix it.

IAR Embedded Workbench menu bar missing

I have IAR Embedded Workbench - ARM 8.20.2 in a production environment and it looks like someone hit something causing the menu bar to be hidden. There are no obvious hamburger menus, dropdowns, etc that I can click on to easily get it back, just a blank barren menu area without a contextual (right click) menu. just above the usual IAR tool bar. I would normally look at the IAR key bindings to figure this out, but.. there's no menu and can't find a shortcut for that. I've spent awhile now googling this without any luck. Does anyone out there know if there is a shortcut for toggling the menu bar?
I was able to resolve this issue by deleting the PROJECT_NAME.wsdt file from the settings folder in the projects. Thank you to both #user694733 and #Clifford for their help with this.
I found that the menu bar missing applied to all projects in a workspace. To fix it, exited IAR workbench, and deleted the .wsdt file in the workspace folder. Then restarted IARWorkbench and loaded the workspace file. I found that the workspace was reset for all projects in that workspace, and the menu bar was present as expected. Problem solved. Thanks for the previous post about the .wsdt file.
The file Project.wsdt resides in a directory called "settings".
If deleting only the file doesn't help, close the software, delete the entire directory (or rename it, to be on the safe side), and then open the project again.

Open Directory with Special Panel in C# wpf

I Open a Folder in C# with following codes. But I want to disable the address bar so that someone does not understand the file's address. And nobody can go to the previous or next folder!
System.Diagnostics.Process.Start("explorer.exe", #"D:\Project WPF\Atlas\Samle\D-File\MyFiles");
Or open the Explorer in the C# Window.
You could try using ExplorerBrowser. This will help embed the explorer window in your application and will give you more control over what you wish to show.

How do you add an icon on a gcc created application?

I have been working for a few weeks now using straight gcc terminal compiling instead of an IDE. Why? No clue actually, just felt like it. I want to be able to set an icon for the compiled application though and i can't find anything on the subject except for windows based tutorials using the .rc files and winres. Is there any way to achieve this using terminal commands? If so, how would I go about doing it.
Thanks in advance
Edit: Ok, so I guess I didn't explain this very well in hindsight. I want to be able to compile a gcc application on ubuntu but I want it to have an icon on the final product. I want something other then the default icon that shows up. How might I go about doing this?
When using the command line to create an application on Windows you end up with something like filename.exe It sounds like what you want is an icon on the desktop that you can double click to run the program. To do this, right click your mouse on a location on your desktop that is just part of the background, select new then shortcut and fill in the blanks. Then right click on the new icon created for you, then click on properties then on the properties window click on change icon and fill in the blanks. The file type of the icon must be ico such as myicon.ico.

How can I make a Windows Explorer file preview screen in WPF?

I'm working on an application that will have attachments, and I would like to create a type of display like in windows Explorer, where you choose a "Details" view, and also show the preview pane.
I would like to be able to show a thumbnail view of the attached file currently selected, based on the file extension.
Does anyone know where I can start to look for examples on how to pull this off?
I know Outlook 2007 can also do something similar using preview handlers. I think that’s going to be the direction I want to go in, but I'm not sure where to start.
Many thanks.
All Hail the Glory of the Hypnotoad!
While you could do it in WPF, you should not do it.
Seriously: don't do it! - you would break many apps (including one of mine).
To do this without .NET, see here for a nice guide.
I think you can start here
(the code is partially black on black, at least for me, but you can disable the styles or just copy it)