Can subfolders get a recognizable icon on the total area?


  1. Posts : 10
    Windows 10
       #1

    Can subfolders get a recognizable icon on the total area?


    Hello

    Can subfolders get a recognizable icon on the total area?

    When i right click at a subfolder - properties - customize - mapicons > other icon - browse and then choose the .ico image i want, always get this:

    Can subfolders get a recognizable icon on the total area?-fotos-zwarte-usb2.jpg

    The result: Can subfolders get a recognizable icon on the total area?-example.png

    What i want is the image on the total area of the folder-icon. Is this possible?
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  2. Posts : 51
    Win 7
       #2

    The .ico file/image isn't the right size? That's not it. There is always a boarder around icons on the desktop when you click on them.

    I have the selection color the same as my desktop background color so I don't see the boarder. But that is on Windows 7.
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  3. Posts : 10
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #3

    edwar said:
    The .ico file/image isn't the right size? That's not it. There is always a boarder around icons on the desktop when you click on them.

    I have the selection color the same as my desktop background color so I don't see the boarder. But that is on Windows 7.
    When you click on an icon, yes, but is it possible to decrease the boarder till you only see an image or an image with a very small boarder? And if you click on that image, that the folder will be open.
    That the image is recognized als a normal folder > Can subfolders get a recognizable icon on the total area?-new-folder.png
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Can subfolders get a recognizable icon on the total area?-kikker.png  
    Last edited by PK76; 24 Jan 2016 at 15:57.
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