[gme-users] Missing component icon

Akos akos.ledeczi at vanderbilt.edu
Mon Aug 16 13:20:05 CDT 2010

Also, you can run interpreters from the main menu as well as the  
context menus.

Sent from phone; please excuse brevity and spelling.

Akos Ledeczi
Associate Professor
Vanderbilt University

On Aug 16, 2010, at 7:55 PM, Tihamer Levendovszky <tihamer at isis.vanderbilt.edu 
 > wrote:

> My suspicion is that you registered a systemwide interpreter  
> locally. Find the HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\GME\Components 
> \MGA.Interpreter.YOUR_INTERPRETER key, and compare it to the  
> MGA.Interpreter.YOUR_INTERPRETER key (only on w7, on xp omit  
> Wow6432Node). If the current user is partially registered iconwise  
> (Icon key should be “,IDI_COMPICON”), remove the whole  
> registration of your interpreter in the current user.  This should s 
> olve your problem.
> From: gme-users-bounces at list.isis.vanderbilt.edu [mailto:gme-users- 
> bounces at list.isis.vanderbilt.edu] On Behalf Of Joe Porter
> Sent: Monday, August 16, 2010 12:06 PM
> To: gme-users
> Subject: [gme-users] Missing component icon
> We have an interpreter that we recently created for our language.   
> When attempting to register the component in GME 10.2.9 (Windows 7),  
> it appears to register correctly (according to the dialog), but its  
> icon does not appear in the toolbar.   We have had it register (and  
> appear) successfully on a different machine using Windows XP (same  
> GME version).
> 1. What is wrong?
> 2. Is there another way to invoke the interpreter, so we can  
> continue to test it?
> Thanks,
> -Joe
> <ATT00001..txt>
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