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Published on April 24, 2014 By Uvah In Object Desktop

I had re-download Everwood IP because somehow I misplaced it. Anyway...when I clicked on the installer package it refuses to load as do others I've downloaded. They don't show up in the list even after refreshing it. The icons, when I can get it to work, show up as a mix match between MS default icons, the previous IP and the one I wanted. Any chance of a fix, update or anything?  


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on Apr 24, 2014

Please see the following: http://esupport.stardock.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/367/3/my-icons-are-all-blankbroken--what-do-i-do

If you still have trouble, create a support ticket with the instructions at the bottom of that article.

on Apr 24, 2014

Thank you.

on Apr 24, 2014

The icons, when I can get it to work, show up as a mix match between MS default icons, the previous IP and the one I wanted.

It has been doing this for years now. I finally got tired of the icon mish-mash and stopped using it. 

IP needs fixing, not our computers.

Ross, to get packages to load and display properly, you need to do this:

First, unzip the download. Then move the whole folder to Public Documents/Stardock/IconPackager. (or unzip to that location). Then from within the IP Main UI, do the add package from disk thing.  Just browse to that folder and select the IP icon.. That has worked for me. If you just add it from wherever you downloaded to, or extracted to otherwise,  many packages just won't load or will disappear from the UI after you close it.

or.....see this thread.  LINK 

on Apr 24, 2014

Okay......all done. I sent an email to support with the .zip. The zip the SDTool generated is on my desktop and I clicked on it to see what was inside, I did not unzip it. Somehow support wasn't able to read it. How can I change it to be a gif or jpg? I don't think that's gonna work. I resent it. 

on Apr 24, 2014

Gargabee

Please see the following: http://esupport.stardock.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/367/3/my-icons-are-all-blankbroken--what-do-i-do

If you still have trouble, create a support ticket with the instructions at the bottom of that article.

Thanks for this. Been running half windows and half packages, seems like forever.

Did the registry fix and all cleared up.

on Apr 24, 2014

I looked in the registry and I didn't see that file. Why am I different one? 

on Apr 24, 2014

Wizard1956
IP needs fixing, not our computers.

 

As do several other programs Stardock refuses to say openly they abandoned them (it seems).

 

on Apr 24, 2014

Ticket submitted:

 Ticket ID: VKW-195-16636

That was fast!

on Apr 24, 2014

Answer me this. How come I didn't see that file?

on Apr 24, 2014


Answer me this. How come I didn't see that file?

You have to scroll WAAAAY down. It's weird. It goes A to Z, A to Z, A to Z, etc. Just keep scrolling down, looking in the (E sections), you'll find it.

Don't just go to the first E section, in the registry. I hope that makes sense.

on Apr 24, 2014

Why am I different one?

Been wondering that since I met you....

on Apr 25, 2014



Quoting Uvah, reply 9
Answer me this. How come I didn't see that file?

You have to scroll WAAAAY down. It's weird. It goes A to Z, A to Z, A to Z, etc. Just keep scrolling down, looking in the (E sections), you'll find it.

Don't just go to the first E section, in the registry. I hope that makes sense.

Now it does!

Done!

on Apr 25, 2014



Now it does!

Done!

You're welcome.

on Apr 25, 2014

A belated thanks Z71.

on May 07, 2014

why i cant click on Repair Shell Icons on settings on IP is grey it doesnt let me

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