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Topic # 55461 5-Jan-2010 05:37
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Hello Everyone,

The Telecom Connection Manager which ships with the free T-Stick's still has the old Telecom logo and was annoying me, so I have edited the executable and seperate icon file and uploaded it here

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/63745/TelecomConnectionManager-NewIcon-v1.zip

There also seems to be some other files with the old logo's in it which I may hack to be the new logo as well and rebundle up the setup program depending on how long Telecom take to come out with the 'official' new version with the new logos :-)

Simply copy the two files into the folder you installed to (either "C:\Program Files\Telecom Connection Manager" or "C:\Program Files (x86)\Telecom Connection Manager") and refresh the icon and away you go.






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  Reply # 287071 5-Jan-2010 06:24
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Can anything be done to change it for the Mac as well?

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  Reply # 287081 5-Jan-2010 07:28
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See thread here: http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=39&topicid=55222 for @manhinli and his complete reskin on the connection manager for windows with the new logo and a much cleaner colour scheme. Definitly worth it!





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