Author Topic: Beecons – 250+ icons for your toolbar buttons  (Read 4397 times)

T010

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Now you can have a dedicated icon for every toolbar command.
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© original icons by phosphoricons.com / customized and tailored for MusicBee by T010

How to use
- unzip and copy all icon files to the App Data directory where you installed MusicBee. This is usually found in the path C:\Users\{User}\AppData\Roaming\MusicBee\Icons
- open MusicBee
- right-click the toolbar (where the tabs and searchbox reside)
- click Configure Toolbar
- pick a command for the button via the dropdown
- click the ... button to browse and select your preferred icon for this particular toolbar button
- optionally, click the + button to add a new toolbar button and repeat above steps
- click the Update button to save
Last Edit: November 05, 2022, 01:50:21 PM by T010

phred

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- unzip and copy all icon files to the following folder on your computer: C:\Users\{User}\AppData\Roaming\MusicBee\Icons
Nicely done.

Note that folks who are using the Portable version of MB (and possibly those who use the Store version) are not using the path you've indicated. You might want to clarify that.
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phred

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I have no idea what the Store version does as I've never used it and have no plans to.

As for the Portable version, the path would be where ever the user decided to install it. Perhaps your wording could be something like "... in the App Data directory where you installed MB."

I would think most users who opt for the Portable version are savvy enough to know the path to their installation and would know not use C:\Users. But if it's a new user, the additional information would be helpful.
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phred

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Thanks, I've modified the first post
Looks good.
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Great work!
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I can't wait to try these out!
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