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Old 05 March 2007, 02:37 am   #1
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Default Musepack Icon

Musepack is one of my favorite encoders, and I made an attempt to create a simple icon in tribute. This isn't exactly high quality, and I didn't make the background transparent, but as long as the background of one's folder scheme is white, then it will blend in just fine. To default the icon for .mpc files:

1) Go into 'Tools' in the taskbar of Explorer
2) Click on the 'File Types' tab
3) Find the .mpc extention, and click 'Advanced'
4) Make sure you have the icon in a location you may easily find, then press 'Change Icon'
5) Set the icon and hit 'Apply'

I hope someone finds this helpful, but even if you do not, I just felt like sharing something that may be beneficial for someone other than myself.
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Old 05 March 2007, 09:50 am   #2
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Hi Jake. You might like this one.
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Old 05 March 2007, 10:12 am   #3
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Awesome, thanks a lot! I actually had made one because I could not find an icon anywhere else, but this suits even better.
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Old 15 March 2007, 03:25 pm   #4
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svg version ?
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Old 15 March 2007, 03:43 pm   #5
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better svg, simplified
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