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The SetImages Add-In, this is SetImages Add-In that lets you change most of the images used in WinAsm Studio.

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Hi all,

This is SetImages Add-In that lets you change most of the images used in WinAsm Studio.

Dedicated to JimG, includes full source. There is a lot that can be done to make it even more flexible.

Feel free to change it to suit your needs and, why not, share your changes with us.

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Antonis

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Greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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Hi Antonis-

I have had a great deal of problems with this add-in verses Virus checkers over the last year or so. My antivirus (AntiVir) insists that it is infected with the TR/Dropper.Gen virus, even though I know it isn't. I recompiled it many, many times trying every combination of code reordering, rewriting, and other things, but cannot get it to pass the virus check.

Do you have any idea what triggers the problem, and more importantly, how to fix it without replacing AntiVir?
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Have you tried to rename the file? Because I've got some problems with false positives too and if i rename the files antivir won't find anything. Yes, I know it sounds stupid but that's not any kind of a joke!

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You can create exceptions in the options of AV so it won't annoy you again.

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