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    Starting with Firefox 1.5, Thunderbird 1.5, and XULRunner 1.8, you can specify an icon for a XUL window by putting files named mywindow.ico (for Windows) and mywindow.xpm or mywindow16.xpm (Linux), where mywindow is the id of the <window> you want to attach the icon to, in the chrome/icons/default subfolder of your bundle.

    These icons will override the global icon files, which are located in app_dir/chrome/icons/default.

    Starting with Firefox 3.0, XULRunner 3.0, Thunderbird 3.0 and SeaMonkey 2.0 you can now specify PNG format icons instead of XPM format on Linux. You can specify up to 4 different sizes of PNG icons using the suffixes .png, 16.png, 32.png and 48.png.

    Older versions

    To support older applications, such as Firefox 1.0, you need to copy the icons to app_dir/chrome/icons/default manually on the first start (example code).

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