Thats usually all I need to do anyways, paste in and set transparency, I usually do most of my icon pixel pushing in either photoshop or mspaint. Yes, mspaint! Its got transparent dragging which Microangelo doesn't have (or, at least, I haven't found it in my old version yet). [I also tried SnIco edit, its bodgy too ]
Import formats list (up to size of 128x128)
BMP - Windows Bitmap (1/4/8/24bit, Windows Bitmap, non compressed)
PSD (32bit = R G B Alpha channels, No Layer style,
non compressed/RLE compressed)
EXE/dll/ICL (16/32bit) of ICO (Group icon has been supported since v1.13)
- Export formats list (up to size of 128x128)
BMP (1/4/8/24bit, Windows Bitmap, non compressed)
ICL (16bit) of ICO (Group icon has been supported since v1.13)
First time I've seen it. Editing is a little different but being able to edit odd size icons is a very nice feature. Next time I get the urge to convert some 'nix' icons I won't have to change the size to edit the transparency.
icon sushi, what a name. I live in the southern US. I wonder if they serve grits with that.
For anyone who isn't aware of Liquid Icon:
The above application is only for creating or editing in the formats .bmp, .jpg, .png, .tif, .tga, but then can be saved in the Windows .ico format. You cannot import an existing .ico file to edit. (or that I can find a way to do so)
I keep finding these things while searching for a later version of Microsoft GIF Animator. So far I haven't been able to find a later version than 188.8.131.52
Anyway heres another one. 32x32x256 color but you can edit the palette.
but i prefer paint shop pro and irfanview combo. paint shop pro freeware version can do great edits for icon jobs while exporting icons. irfanview is for size compression. although the icon editors like microangelo and axialis are themselves great apps, but since they're shareware with limited / disabled features, i'm set back by them.
but it's nice to see so much of freeware abound. thanx a lot everyone contributing them.
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