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The Firefox logo is missing from HTML file icons

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After a recent migration of everything from an old PC to a new one, the Firefox logo does not appear in any of the HTML file icons on my new computer. They are all blank.

It apparently a problem unique to Firefox, and only involves the display of the Firefox logo. Although the icon is blank, when it is clicked, the document is opened by Firefox.

If I right-click on a blank HTML document icon and select "Properties", to the right of "Opens with:" is the Firefox logo. If I then click "OK", the Firefox logo remains in the "Properties" window, but the icon remains blank.

If I click on "Change", select "Microsoft Edge" and click "OK", the "Microsoft Edge" logo appears to the right of "Opens with:", and the HTML document icon also displays the Microsoft Edge logo.

There is a similar result when I select "Google Chrome", "Internet Explorer", or even "Notepad". The corresponding logo appears in the HTML document icons.

Any and all suggestions are welcomed.

Modified by gordonljohnson

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Find an HTML file using the file explorer. Right-click on it and select Properties. Under General, select Open With and choose Firefox.

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Thanks for the suggestion, but I've tried this before, and it doesn't solve the problem.

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Is Firefox set as the default browser as that should automatically apply the Firefox icon to a desktop shortcut ?

Make sure Firefox is set correctly as the default browser.

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Thanks for the suggestion, but Firefox is already set as my default browser.

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