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Topic: "SetIcons(): icon bundle doesn't contain any suitable icon" (Read 9721 times)

founder
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That must be it then.

It must be looking for a larger icon like 20x20 but we don't have one.
full member
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Also using 120 DPI here. Same bit depth and resolution as the previous user as well.
full member
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in 120DPI mode.
What is "120DPI mode"?  Is that an actual setting somewhere?  Sounds like an obscure enough candidate.  I suppose it needs twice the resolution icon to fill the size of the upper left corner icon.  Only one size is provided.
In XP, display properties -> settings -> advanced. It basically makes all display elements a bit larger.
founder
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in 120DPI mode.
What is "120DPI mode"?  Is that an actual setting somewhere?  Sounds like an obscure enough candidate.  I suppose it needs twice the resolution icon to fill the size of the upper left corner icon.  Only one size is provided.
full member
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Also happens here - Windows XP, 32-bit color depth, 1680x1050 LCD screen in 120DPI mode. Perhaps the use of an unusual DPI is breaking it?
founder
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That's surprising that we've never heard of that before now.

Maybe you're the first person to ever run it on Vista  Smiley

I have to guess it has something to do with your display color depth selection.  e.g. 8-bit, 16-bit, 24-bit, 32-bit, what is it?  Do you have a weird video card, display setup or running it on a tablet or mobile or something?
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In Windows, when opening the "Send Coins" or the "Your Receiving Addresses", I get the following message.



Clicking Cancel allows me to make it go away, and everything still works fine, but it is still a bit annoying.


I am running BitCoin 0.3.0 on Windowx Vista SP2 x64.
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