MorphOS is an operating system, made to look and feel like AmigaOS 3.1 that ceased development in 1994.
This blog is for beginners and intermediate users who want some tricks and tips on how to make the most out of this great OS.
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Tag Archives: Icons
Being able to radically change the look and feel has always been something I loved about the Amiga systems. No wonder, since Workbench 3.0 didn’t look pretty at all when you compared it to Windows 3.0: I was of course not … Continue reading →
[Edit] 141001: Clarified the sentense “Click your way to the end” to “Click your way to the end through all the requests” It’s a very simple task to download icons for MorphOS: you just use a *.png file and rename it … Continue reading →
Yesterday, I got a tip from Grzegorz Kraszewski about how to change icons without losing your tooltypes. Tooltypes are information stored in ICON files, like if the program will start in fullscreen and things like that. Not all programs use them but … Continue reading →
One function I miss in MorphOS is the ability to add icons for programs/files that lack them. Since MorphOS already can recognise what kind of action should go with what kind of program or file this feature should be not to … Continue reading →