Joined: July 2004
||Posted: Nov. 04 2007,04:12
If you mean a typical desktop icon that represents an application, no it won't work. It's meant to open *.xpm files only. For example if you drag a directory containing xpm files onto it, it will display the icons in that directory. If you drag an xpm file it will display the icons in the same directory as that xpm, with the dragged xpm being shown in the main window.
You bring an interesting point to light, though. I suppose it could be possible to determine the image associated with a dragged application icon, but to be honest I have a feeling that would be a very complicated task, and I don't plan to look into it.
It must have something to do with the way it was saved. I had no trouble with the original file in DSL4. Maybe you have a blank line in there somewhere?
|the suggested xpm icon shows a corrupted image in the viewer for me|