I am so super impressed with Demandware at this point. I haven't seen much but I like how everything fits together. The only thing that didn't fit - on my Mac at least - was the icon for the IDE. (A plugin library on top of Eclipse) So I remedied that situation:
Now to set the app's icon in the two places that matter. Place the .icns file here:
/Applications/DemandwareUXStudio/DemandwareUXStudio.app/Contents/ResourcesAnd edit this file:
/Applications/DemandwareUXStudio/DemandwareUXStudio.app/Contents/Info.plistFind the key '
CFBundleIconFile' and set the value between '
<string></string>' to '
dw_logo.icns'. Save the file. This will set the .App's icon to that icon file. Now we need to instruct Demandware UX Studio (the executable) to do the same.
In the file:
Note: At the time of writing this the current version was 220.127.116.11 however it is now 12.1.0—as of 2/1/2012—so adjust the fore-mentioned path to whatever version you have installed.
Find the key: '
windowImages' and set it's value to:
Save the file. Now you've set the executable's icon as well. You may notice a slight change in color as the executable changes the icon on the Dock when it is active. It's pretty discreet but still a slight difference.
Sit back and enjoy the classy brushed aluminum look in your ⌘+Tab menu and in the Dock.