Actually I solved this problem about a half an hour after asking you about that and It's pretty simple to implement....
/////////////////////////// // // PNG // IDB_PNG1 PNG "C:\\Path\\To\\Icons\\Folder\\Autocad.png"
Change "IDB_PNG1" according to the name you specified in your cui file.
Then save and build your project. Give the same name to the resulting DLL as your cui file has and put it in the cui folder. That's it! Should be working.... I find this method it's much more easier then using "Resource Hacker".
Actaully it's much easier than that, especially if you don't have C++.
Download XN Resource Editor and then open the DLL file attached for the format the icons must follow. Then name the DLL the same as your menu file( test.mnu and test.dll). In your menu file you call the icons by the name you give them in the DLL, so per my example DLL you would call the icon for Layer Isolate by LAYISO16.
Hope that helps,
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