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Animated gif icon for an exception instead of the standard icon?

Hello,

is there a possibillity to use an animated gif icon for an exception instead of the red standard icon in a web template?

I tried to change the standard icon s_s_ledr.gif against an animated gif icon in the mime repository, but it does not work. In the IE the icon is still shown without animation.

Maybe I´ve changed the wrong icon?

Can you please help me?

Greetings

Andreas

Edited by: Andreas Zenner on Feb 25, 2009 1:22 PM

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    Posted on Feb 25, 2009 at 02:16 PM

    Hi Andreas,

    it is possible to integrate own symbols for exceptions. If you can use animated gif I don't know. However there is a post over here explaining the usage of the modification for symbols:

    bi-7-web-design-api---parameter-modification---exc

    If you have questions just let us know.

    Brgds,

    Marcel

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      Hi Marcel,

      thank you for your answer. It solved my problem very well. You can use animatet gif icons.

      Is there a complete list of parameters available, which can be changed in the XHTML-Code?

      (for all the Web Items?)

      Thank you!

      Andreas

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