Have you tried opening IconWorkshop, clicking on EDIT. Clicking on
PREFERENCES. Selecting MEDIA TYPES and checking to see if the media types
you want associated like .ico, etc, are still associated. It could be that
the association has been changed by another program.
Phil P. posted some thoughts saying:
> When you double-click on an icon and the default Win Pic and Fax
> Viewer opens, click on the button at the bottom, the one next to
> last, next to the HELP button, the one that says CLOSES THIS PROGRAM
> AND OPENS THE IMAGE FOR EDITING, or click CTRL+E. That will close the
> Pic Viewer and open IconsWorkshop (if that is the associated program).
> Hope this helps.
Thanks for the info. When I do that, I get a dialog box saying, "Move Item -
Select the place where you want to move [icon name], then click the Move
button. I click on Cancel then get a dialog box saying, "Copy Item - Select
the place where you want to copy [icon name], then click the Copy button.
After I click cancel again, Icon Workshop opens up.
Surely there is a workaround to have Icon Workshop do it directly.
I think the Move/Copy dialog comes up because I have the following RegEdit
entry which allows Copy/Move to Folder...
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
Hope someone has more ideas...!
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