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Old 11-12-2012, 05:49 AM   #4
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Originally Posted by kermodi View Post
SUGGESTION:

Probably a "girlie" thing ... but,

I'd like to see the desktop icon colors brightened up!

Right now Calibre has the 'muddiest' most drab colored icon out of of all 11 on my desktop!
I detest icons on my desktop, I prefer to keep a neatly organized Start Menu (I've seen screenshots of other people's desktop with so many icons everywhere it would make my head explode if I had to look at that daily).

But anyway... if you don't like the Calibre icon, simply right click the icon, select Properties at the bottom, and then click on "change icon", and pick whatever colorful icon you like. You can download icons from the net, or make your own if you're so inclined.

I'll admit there have been a few programs in the past with such ugly icons that I've changed them because I couldn't even stand to see them in my system tray or taskbar. It's a much simpler thing to simply change the icon to the shortcut though on your desktop.

But I like the subdued colors of the Calibre icon, it's just like books on your library shelf might be.
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