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Client icons are replaced by x-status icons (Read 1744 times)

Started by Cat65, December 27, 2007, 08:26:19

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Client icons are replaced by x-status icons |
December 27, 2007, 08:26:19
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Re: Client icons are replaced by x-status icons |
December 27, 2007, 13:51:26
I've seen this post, but no idea, sorry.

In theory, it cannot happen, because ICQ xstatus icons have its own internal slot (this slot cannot be changed).

Maybe, you are exceeding the maximum of 255 extra icons in use (but that would be insane and shouldn't happen).
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Re: Client icons are replaced by x-status icons |
December 27, 2007, 21:11:30
What does "extra" icons mean - icons defined by other than the main protocols and plugins coming with standard miranda download, perhaps also icons from double protocols, i.e. icq2.dll?
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Re: Client icons are replaced by x-status icons |
December 27, 2007, 21:34:05
What does "extra" icons mean - icons defined by other than the main protocols and plugins coming with standard miranda download, perhaps also icons from double protocols, i.e. icq2.dll?

Nope. Extra icons are only for the right side slots, xStatus, client, country flags and others. Protocol status icons do not count here.

There is a limit of 255 icons which can be registered. Most plugins do only register icons which are really used and therefore needed (i.e. country flags and clients).
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Re: Client icons are replaced by x-status icons |
December 27, 2007, 22:43:39
I think the problem exists since I use the new jabber versions. Unfortunately I've got 3 jabber dlls *sigh* and as I can see now in Customize - Symbols - Jabber there are also entries for custom status symbols, which I have never seen before - 61 per jabber protocol ...  ???

Should this be my private "Countdown To Insanity"? :P :D