Good Day. Just want to share with you guys this trick.
If you are tired of changing the icon of your compiled application each time you are making an update, then this one might help.
Use on your own risk. Just kidding, it will backup your current builder.dll
I'm using the latest build 6.5 when I created this. If you want to use it in lower version, then you have to remove all dll's in Builders folder and replace it with your updated dll's based on the current builder.dll of your MVD.
BTW, Happy to see MVD's update again. <3
Pre-requisite: Must know how to use Resource Hacker.
Step 1: Copy builder.dll from MVD Installation folder (In my case "C:\Program Files (x86)\My Visual DataBase\") and paste it in Desktop for easy changing the icon inside it.
Step 2: Change icon of the builder.dll (For me, dragging builder.dll to Resource Hacker Shortcut)
Step 3: Duplicate builder.dll(changed icon), rename it (e.g. builder_myicon.dll) and paste it under "IconChanger\Builders"
Step 4: Make sure to RUN IconChanger as Administrator to be able to update or replace current MVD's builder.dll
Step 5: Check on MVD Path. Make sure that the path is in right place.
Step 6: IconChanger will automatically add and/or delete files in the database (based on what dll's found in the Builders folder, just update its descriptions.
Step 7: Choose icon from dropdown and click "Update MVD"
Step 8: Open your MVD Project, then try compiling it.
I've been developing several applications using MVD and this IconChanger help me to reduce time consumed when changing the icons after compiling it.
Here's the download link, I included the source code and executable and couple of sample modified builders so it has bigger size.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/7a6u2vxf41g2r … r.zip?dl=1