1. Philip Troise
  2. PowerBuilder
  3. Friday, 15 January 2021 19:22 PM UTC

After using the RibbonBar Generator, one of my menu pictures was converted to  PictureName="picture!", which is a very grainy picture of a person's head.

so where and how do I get the best quality picture to use in my application?

1) I would Imagine application picture's come with the R3 release. Have they been added to or updated? where do I find the full list?

2) Any hints how to deliver the best quality picture that is sharp and modern looking as well as a diversity of them to be meaningful to the user.


3) recommender place to go to get application icons, hopefully that I can use for free. 


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Chris Pollach @Appeon Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
  1. Friday, 15 January 2021 19:40 PM UTC
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Hi Philip;

  Have a look at Julie's response to this question ...


If I interpret your question properly, hopefully that is what you are looking for.

Regards ... Chris

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Philip Troise Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
  1. Sunday, 17 January 2021 17:32 PM UTC
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Ok. Thanks. I notice that inside the XML for the RibbonBar I needed to enter the full path of the ".bmp" to make it show in replace of "picture!", which a  "built in Image"


I guess That is what I have to do with all my RibbonBar images. 

Question 1) Is that the only or best way to pull in picture images through entering the path of each image in the RibbonBar XML?

Question 2) All the "built in Images will be grainy and probably wont be able to be used. Is this correct? 

Question 3) Besides the ones in the download that you supplied, where is the best place to get more? 

  1. Mark Cabanlit
  2. Wednesday, 17 March 2021 09:56 AM UTC
You may also add a relative path if the images are within the same folder as with your target.
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