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For those who don’t know, Royal TSX is an awesome Remote Management solution, which supports RDP, VNC, SSH, S/FTP and even ESXi and vCenter. I’ve been using it for years, not just because they offer free licenses for vExperts (and others), but simply because it works really well. Store it’s config file on a synchronized file area (like Dropbox), and boom, your config follows you around from machine to machine, including custom icons. What’s not to like?
Following Ryan Johnson’s tweet, where he showed off his VMware Clarity inspired Royal TSX setup, I decided to do something similar. Unlike Ryan, I decided to run with the standard Clarity icons, and not invert them. Since the Clarity icons are in .svg format, I had to convert them to .png to be able to use them as icons in Royal TSX, I’ll post a separate post on how I batch converted them later.
Changing the icons for entries is pretty straight forward. For existing entries in your config file, simply open the items properties and click on the small icon besides the Display Name. This brings up a dialog showing the built-in icons, but also