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IcoMaker can display and can make icon files with suffix "ico"
« on: November 05, 2009, 04:16:18 AM »
IcoMaker can display and can make icon files with suffix "ico"

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The Latest Version: 1.21 (2009.09.24)
OS Versions: 10.6 Snow Leopard (Universal)
The Latest Version: 1.20 (2006.06.26)
OS Versions: 10.4 Tiger (Universal), 10.3 Panther, 10.2 Jaguar, and 10.1 Puma

IcoMaker can display and can make icon files with suffix "ico", which are used mainly on Windows. IcoMaker is also useful to make "favicon.ico" of your Web Pages.

IcoMaker is not a "Bitmap Editor". IcoMaker makes an ICO file assembling small images which are made by other tools.


IcoMaker can display and can make icon files with suffix "ico", which are used mainly on Windows.

IcoMaker is not a "Bitmap Editor". IcoMaker makes an ICO file assembling small images which are made by other tools.

IcoMaker can make small icons attached to Web pages, so-called "favicon.ico".

With IcoMaker, you can:

    * Display ico files,
    * Save selected image as a tiff file, and
    * Make or edit ico files.

An ICO file can have various size of images in it; 16x16, 32x32, 48x48, and 64x64 (in pixels). They all are limitted color (palettized) images, and the numbers of colors are 2, 8, 16, or 256.

Kinds of images that IcoMaker (Ver.1.21) can display and can pack into files created are:

      16x16 (16 colors)   16x16 (256 colors)
      32x32 (16 colors)   32x32 (256 colors)
      48x48 (16 colors)   48x48 (256 colors).

IcoMaker 1.21

On functions, there are no difference between version 1.20 and 1.21. Version 1.21 was built only for Snow Leopard. And, additionally, the help document was re-constructed.
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    Distribution Package is a compressed file of .dmg format.
    After downloading, (double-click if you need) move the application from the mounted folder into appropriate folder.

http://www7a.biglobe.ne.jp/~ogihara/software/OSX/icom-eng.html
« Last Edit: March 28, 2014, 01:33:50 PM by Software Santa »

 


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