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Im new to xcode, how do I set a icon for my program?

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MoltenWhale,

I'm not familiar with xcode, but you can have an icon if you drag the app the the dock. It would be created automatically.

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I'm not familiar with xcode, but you can have an icon if you drag the app the the dock. It would be created automatically.

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no I don't think you get what i mean, i know if you drag an app to the dock it displays the icon, im talking about how do i set the icon for an app.

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These two Googled links might help. 1, 2.

I found those by entering the following words into Google; create icon for xcode project.

CameraTime - Time lapse photography for novice and advanced users.

When asking questions, post the version of your software. You'll receive better answers.

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Make an icon, *.icns and drag it into the resources folder of the XCode window.

Open Info.plist and add this to it:

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<key>CFBundleIconFile</key>
<string>IconFileNameNoExtensions</string>
If you need help transferring an icon format from anything to icons, Make a new icon, 512 x 512, open Icon Composer, drag it into the biggest box, and click "import to all sizes" or somehthing like that.
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