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Icon ID: Home Screen (XML)

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I've been playing around with home.xml file and the shortcut bar (top of screen) has a link to Orange smartphone news page (http link), the line looks as follows (hope it shows correctly):

" "

So icon="82" and it is a picture with Globe+House on it.

Now I wonder what icon ID it is for classic IE (the blue 'e' simbol)

Thanks.

PS: Also I noticed when rearranging (apps in folders) Start Menu (WindowsStart Menu) you must make appropriate changes to home.xml file, so it links to correct locations, otherwise you get a questionmark simbol instea of program icon on home screen. (common sense really)

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The classic symbol of IE comes when you specify no Icon ID but link to it. Just take the Icon attribute out of the XML

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I wish... it was that easy

Tried that, but because it is an http link it does not automatically pull out the IE icon. Are you sure that works or was it just a guess..

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I didn't say link to a webpage. Instead of the webpage specify the location of the Internet Explorer.lnk file.

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Anynews on the ie icon?

Where are all these icons stored on the phone?

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