Hi Jack, It's nothing to worry about at the moment, but to explain anyway. Many users have their systems set up in such a way that they cannot see file extensions. In in many corporate environments, they cannot change the behaviour. However, Windows by default displays icons in front of known file names, so a sighted user will see for example a Word icon in front of a Word file name. A Zip icon will appear in front of Zip files, and so on. Screen readers are usually set up to recognise known icons and tell you what they are. Windows does not know about DBT's file types, and more especially .dxp and .dxb, and so it just uses a default icon that says nothing. Hence if you have a file called jack.dxp and another call jack.dxb, you cannot tell which is which is extensions are turned off. However, it is possible for a developer to add an icon of his or her own design to associate with a specific file extension, and so that's what's been done for an untested autobuild of DBT. Unfortunately, there was a minor glitch while coding the software, and the association of icon and extension wasn't quite as intended. I'm sure it will be fixed by the next Beta. George. ________________________________ From: duxhelp-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:duxhelp-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Jack Maartman Sent: 04 June 2004 16:20 To: duxhelp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [duxhelp] Re: Program Icons - Autobuild 4th June I've lost the thread; Where are we, and where are these icons. Cheers Jack ----- Original Message ----- From: George Bell <mailto:george@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> To: duxhelp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Friday, June 04, 2004 2:50 AM Subject: [duxhelp] Program Icons - Autobuild 4th June Peter, Sneaky, eh? You thought we wouldn't notice! I know it's WIP, but here goes anyway. Can I suggest the B (for Braille) version be used for DBT Win? Would it also be possible to have the B version of the icon for .dxb files, and the P version for .dxp? George. ________________________________ This Message has been scanned for viruses by McAfee Groupshield. This Message has been scanned for viruses by McAfee Groupshield.