Well, thanks to God, I’ve done my script! Now, the last part is that I need an icon to change the custom script icon (which is double-clickable) to a .icns file which I have. How do I do that without creating dependencies?
Thanks and God bless!
If you save your script as an Application bundle, then you will find an icon named applet.icns in its Resources folder. Just right-click on the saved script, choose to Show Package Contents and then find the icns icon file right here: yourscript.app/Contents/Resources/applet.icns
Now replace the existing applet.icns file with the one you want to use for your script, but use the same file name: applet.icns
This should do the job.
Hi, I opened another post about this already, but I tried this, and it works well with Tiger and Leopard, however, it doesn’t work with Panther. I need my utility to be cross-platform through all her platforms. Please help.
Thanks and God bless.
Sorry if I’m way off here, but what I do is
- Go to the file which is the icon. Open Apple - I. Then select the icon at the top left. Open Apple - C.
- Go to the app whose icon you wish to change. Open Apple - I. Select the icon at the top left. Open Apple - V.