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Dear Gurus,

I have a question.

I have juz created an icon for my user.

When I try to run the application (ie double-click) there are nothing being activated.

This is the content of the TEST_APP.dt

ACTION TEST_APP
{
LABEL TEST_APP
TYPE COMMAND
EXEC_STRING /spsummit/scripts/TEST_APP.csh
ICON DtScrn
WINDOW_TYPE NO_STDIO (what does this means?)

}

Any suggestions? Smilie

Thanks.

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Prima::StdBitmap(3)					User Contributed Perl Documentation				       Prima::StdBitmap(3)

NAME
Prima::StdBitmap - shared access to the standard toolkit bitmaps DESCRIPTION
The toolkit contains sysimage.gif image library, which consists of a predefined set of images, used in several toolkit modules. To provide a unified access to the images this module can be used. The images are assigned a "sbmp::" constant, which is used as an index on a load request. If loaded successfully, images are cached and the successive requests return the cached values. The images can be loaded as "Prima::Image" and "Prima::Icon" instances. To discriminate, two methods are used, correspondingly "image" and "icon". SYNOPSIS
use Prima::StdBitmap; my $logo = Prima::StdBitmap::icon( sbmp::Logo ); API
Methods icon INDEX Loads INDEXth image frame and returns "Prima::Icon" instance. image INDEX Loads INDEXth image frame and returns "Prima::Image" instance. load_std_bmp INDEX, AS_ICON, USE_CACHED_VALUE, IMAGE_FILE Loads INDEXth image frame from IMAGE_FILE and returns it as either a "Prima::Image" or as a "Prima::Icon" instance, depending on value of boolean AS_ICON flag. If USE_CACHED_VALUE boolean flag is set, the cached images loaded previously can be used. If this flag is unset, the cached value is never used, and the created image is not stored in the cache. Since the module's intended use is to provide shared and read-only access to the image library, USE_CACHED_VALUE set to 0 can be used to return non-shared images. Constants An index value passed to the methods must be one of "sbmp::" constants: sbmp::Logo sbmp::CheckBoxChecked sbmp::CheckBoxCheckedPressed sbmp::CheckBoxUnchecked sbmp::CheckBoxUncheckedPressed sbmp::RadioChecked sbmp::RadioCheckedPressed sbmp::RadioUnchecked sbmp::RadioUncheckedPressed sbmp::Warning sbmp::Information sbmp::Question sbmp::OutlineCollaps sbmp::OutlineExpand sbmp::Error sbmp::SysMenu sbmp::SysMenuPressed sbmp::Max sbmp::MaxPressed sbmp::Min sbmp::MinPressed sbmp::Restore sbmp::RestorePressed sbmp::Close sbmp::ClosePressed sbmp::Hide sbmp::HidePressed sbmp::DriveUnknown sbmp::DriveFloppy sbmp::DriveHDD sbmp::DriveNetwork sbmp::DriveCDROM sbmp::DriveMemory sbmp::GlyphOK sbmp::GlyphCancel sbmp::SFolderOpened sbmp::SFolderClosed sbmp::Last Scalars $sysimage scalar is initialized to the file name to be used as a source of standard image frames by default. It is possible to alter this scalar at run-time, which causes all subsequent image frame request to be redirected to the new file. AUTHOR
Dmitry Karasik, <dmitry@karasik.eu.org>. SEE ALSO
Prima, Prima::Image, Prima::Const. perl v5.14.2 2009-02-24 Prima::StdBitmap(3)

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